The northeastern region of the Brazos Valley received anywhere from one to five inches of much needed rain Wednesday night.
And rain was certainly the topic of the day at the local diners.
"It's been a huge blessing that it rained. It's been really dry and we really needed it. I wish everybody could get the rain they need, buy you just take it when you can get it," said Trey Jennings.
But for most others, the only water came from the sprinklers. Battling brown grass has become an endless fight for crews at the A&M golf course.
"I'd say we need it really bad," says Jay Williams, an employee at Texas A&M Golf Course. "We haven't had much rain since school got out, and it's heating up, getting hot. We need rain for the grass."
Workers say even though they could use the rain, they've also enjoy being able to keep the course open as long as possible for those avid golfers.
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