Brazos River Flowing Faster After Area Rains

The sound of rushing water filling the Brazos River is some of the good that came with Wednesday's storms.

On Thursday the Brazos River was resembling a miniature version of the "Mighty Mississippi" after heavy rains fell across the Brazos Valley.

It was somewhat of a scenic sight along the banks underneath the Highway 21 bridge.

But the murky waters also contained quite a bit of debris.

The Brazos River Authority tells us it's all from storm runoff and the river is expected to crest at 25 feet.

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