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Beta rain: How much we saw in the Brazos Valley

Sharp drop off from south to north
Rainfall totals across the Brazos Valley at some of our official measuring stations since this past Sunday.
Rainfall totals across the Brazos Valley at some of our official measuring stations since this past Sunday.(KBTX)
Published: Sep. 23, 2020 at 9:48 AM CDT
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BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - Beta brought a wide variety of rain across the Brazos Valley since we first saw showers on Sunday. Much of this rain fell during the day on Tuesday, with a few seeing rain all the way through Wednesday morning.

Generally, the Brazos Valley saw less than 4-inch totals. Just south of town, a narrow swatch of radar-estimated 15-inch totals carried from Pearland into Southwest Houston, where flooding was greatest.

Widespread flooding in the greater Houston area quickly turned to a more-than-decent soaking across our southern counties. Here are the official totals and some of your measurements since Sunday.

  • Wixon Valley - 0.8″
  • Wixon Valley - 1.60″
  • Carlos - 2.05″
  • Carlos - 2.26″
  • Sealy - 7.24″
  • Soutwest Bellville - 5.03″
  • Northern Navasota - 3.1″
  • Tomball - 2.4″
  • Willis - 1.92″
  • Livingston - 1.62″
  • Oakhurst - 2.85″
  • Groveton - 2.52″
  • Northeast Huntsville - 1.08″
  • South Somerville - 1.24″
  • Southwest Brenham - 3.5″
  • Northwest Brazos County - 1.40″
  • East Bryan (Riley Road) - 1.90″
  • South Bryan (Barak Lane) - 1.55″
  • Bryan (Copperfield) - 1.70″
  • Bryan (WJB & Hwy 6) - 2.75″
  • 10mi Northeast of Huntsville - 1.84″

Have a rainfall total to report? Send your Weather Watcher totals since Sunday to weather@kbtx.com

Wednesday Morning Live Weather Update

Beta is moving away from the Brazos Valley and changes are on the way! Here's the latest on the forecast.

Posted by KBTX Media on Wednesday, September 23, 2020

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