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Rainfall Update: Thanksgiving Day totals across the Brazos Valley

A cold front pushed through the Brazos Valley early Thanksgiving Day, bringing rain and...
A cold front pushed through the Brazos Valley early Thanksgiving Day, bringing rain and non-severe storms that left behind a wide range of rainfall totals.(KBTX)
Published: Nov. 25, 2021 at 1:55 PM CST|Updated: Nov. 26, 2021 at 3:10 PM CST
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BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - It was a soggy start to Turkey Day as a cold front pushed through the Brazos Valley, sparking widespread rain and non-severe thunderstorms. The majority of the activity was south of the area by midday, but not before leaving behind widely varying rainfall totals across the Brazos Valley.

Below is a list of rainfall reports from official observation stations and weather watchers:

  • Easterwood Airport: 0.15″
  • Coulter Field: 0.38″
  • Huntsville Municipal Airport: 0.46″
  • Brenham Municipal Airport: 0.21″
  • Conroe, Montgomery County Airport: 1.06″
  • Caldwell Municipal Airport: 0.26″
  • Cameron Municipal Airpark: 1.25″
  • Giddings-Lee County Airport: 0.04″
  • Madisonville: 0.88″
  • Carter’s Crossing (College Station): 0.20″
  • South Bryan: 0.30″
  • Flynn: 1.10″
  • Carlos: 0.10″
  • Iola: 0.86″
  • Kurten: 0.50″
  • Stoneham: 2.58″
  • Pilgrim Point: 1.67″
  • Anderson: 1.33″
  • Steep Hollow: 0.83″
  • Snook: 0.27″

Have a rainfall total to report? Send us an email at weather@kbtx.com and we’ll get it added to the list.

With a gusty north wind filtering in cooler air and the added cloud cover on hand, the rest of Thanksgiving Day will likely be spent on the chilly side. Black Friday plans will be drier but still chilly, with daytime highs slated to stay in the 50s after starting off the morning in the upper 30s / low 40s. Another chance for rain arrives Saturday as a disturbance passes over the Brazos Valley. Until then -- Happy Thanksgiving!

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