Soggy start to Thursday brings decent helping of rain
BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - Eyes were on a line of rain and thunderstorms that pushed across the Brazos Valley overnight Wednesday and early Thursday, prompting a few flood advisories and leaving many with a decent helping of rain as the activity pushed east.
Below is a list of preliminary rainfall totals from official observation stations and weather watchers across the Brazos Valley as of 10 am Thursday (rainfall totals will be updated throughout the day as leftover rain pushes out of our eastern counties):
|Cameron Municipal Airpark||1.79″|
|Hearne Municipal Airport||1.88″|
|Caldwell Municipal Airport||0.86″|
|Giddings-Lee County Airport||2.45″|
|Brenham Municipal Aiport||1.62″|
|Huntsville Municipal Aiport||0.69″|
|Conroe, Montgomery County Airport||0.75″|
|Greenbrier - East Bryan||2.00″|
|Edelweiss Estates - College Station||1.55″|
|Wellborn (Greens Prairie & FM 2154)||1.08″|
|Southwood Forest - College Station||1.6″|
|West Burleson County||4.0″|
|Carter’s Crossing - College Station||1.40″|
|West Brazos County - OSR near Fazzino Ln||2.80″|
As always, a big thank you goes out to our weather watchers who have sent in reports! If you have a rainfall total that you would like added to the list, feel free to send us an email at email@example.com.
Daytime heating may spark a few additional showers before the day is done, but Thursday morning’s activity was the main rain event for the Brazos Valley for the second half of the week. A few more isolated spots of rain will be possible Friday as a front moves through, but as a north wind and drier air returns, we’ll clear things out and cool things down for the upcoming weekend.
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