Rainfall (yes, rainfall!) Update: Brazos Valley totals following Wednesday storms

Rainfall estimates from PinPoint Radar Wednesday
Rainfall estimates from PinPoint Radar Wednesday(KBTX)
Published: Aug. 10, 2022 at 7:27 PM CDT|Updated: Aug. 11, 2022 at 7:57 PM CDT
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BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - Widespread rain and storms pushed across the Brazos Valley Wednesday, leaving behind uneven rainfall totals from one side of the area to the other. While Coulter Field officially picked up 0.48″ on the north side of Bryan, Easterwood Airport (the official recording site for BCS) only managed to record a trace of rain, meaning no measurable rainfall will go down in the books for the day in town.

On top of the rain, stronger storms pushed out strong wind gusts as they filtered through, with the peak wind gust over at Easterwood Airport clocking in at 49 mph!


Below is a list of rainfall totals from official reporting stations and weather watchers across the Brazos Valley:

  • Easterwood Airport: a trace
  • Coulter Field: 0.48″
  • Huntsville Municipal Airport: 0.02″
  • Conroe, Montgomery County Airport: 0.02″
  • Giddings, Lee County Airport: 0.49″
  • Cameron: 0.10″
  • Hearne: 0.14″
  • Madisonville: 1:00″
  • Kurten: 0.30″
  • North Bryan (near Old Reliance Rd): ~0.50″
  • Navasota: 0.27″
  • North Zulch: 0.17″
  • Stoneham: 0.92″
  • Fawn Lake Estates (Bryan): 0.80″
  • Roans Prairie: 0.50″
  • Marquez: 0.46″
  • Flynn: 0.75″
  • Anderson: 0.38″
  • Elliot: 2.05″
  • Elliot (Daniels Lane): 1.5″
  • Shiro: 1.0″
  • Hilltop Lakes: 1.0″
  • South Madison County: 2.0″

Have a rainfall total to report? Send us an email: weather@kbtx.com


As storms rattled the Brazos Valley, strong wind pushed big wind gusts at times. Below are max wind gusts from reporting stations across the Brazos Valley:

  • Easterwood Airport: 49mph
  • Kyle Field: 60mph
  • Coulter Field: 41mph
  • Hearne: 40mph
  • Madisonville: 40mph
  • North Zulch: 36mph
  • Caldwell: 30mph
  • Brenham: 38mph
  • Huntsville: 30mph
  • Washington: 34mph


As the rain and rumbles pushed across the Brazos Valley, many found sights that they hadn’t seen for quite some time! Take a look:



The rain unfortunately wasn’t for everyone Wednesday, and while it won’t be near as high in coverage, we’ll have another chance to find some widely scattered showers and a few rumbles again Thursday. A very isolated chance will take us through the first half of the day before increasing slightly into the late afternoon and early evening hours.

Not the coverage that we found Wednesday, but a few additional showers and storms will be...
Not the coverage that we found Wednesday, but a few additional showers and storms will be possible Thursday.(KBTX)

Rain chances come down ever so slightly each day into the upcoming weekend, before drying things out into the first half of next week.

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