Three Fridays in a row - here is a look at how much rain fell across the Brazos Valley

Rainfall totals across the Brazos Valley through Friday evening
Rainfall totals across the Brazos Valley through Friday evening(KBTX)
Published: Nov. 11, 2022 at 5:21 PM CST|Updated: Nov. 13, 2022 at 2:16 PM CST
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BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - For the third Friday in a row, rain fell across the Brazos Valley and it brought some cooler air along with it! Just behind the front, widespread rain and rumbles moved through. While these storms did stay sub-severe, some did produce some gusty winds, small hail, and quite the light show to accompany the heavy rain.

Here is a look at rainfall totals from official reporting stations and weather watchers across the Brazos Valley:

  • Easterwood Airport: 1.35″
  • Coulter Field: 1.19″
  • Huntsville Municipal Airport: 1.02″
  • Conroe, Montgomery County Airport: 0.64″
  • Giddings, Lee County Airport: 0.04″
  • Cameron: 0.94″
  • Hearne: 0.85″
  • Centerville: 1.39″
  • Caldwell: 0.94″
  • Madisonville: 0.60″
  • Crockett: 1.39″
  • Brenham: 0.18″
  • Anderson: 1.15″
  • Bellville: 0.12″
  • Hempstead: 0.01″
  • Coldspring: 0.79″
  • Carlos: 1.06″
  • Carter’s Crossing: 1.5″
  • Anderson: 0.42″
  • South Bryan: 1.15″
  • Peach Crossing: 1.35″
  • Smentana: 1.8″
  • South Brazos County: 1.6″
  • Flynn: 1.75″
  • Greens Prarie and Wellborn: 1.11″
  • Shiro: 1.37″
  • Steep Hollow: 1.38″

The southern portions of the Brazos Valley have missed out on rainfall totals so far. Rain is especially needed in this region, as drought conditions are the worst in Austin, Washington, and Waller counties.

Despite some recent rain, drought continues to expand across the Brazos Valley, where nearly...
Despite some recent rain, drought continues to expand across the Brazos Valley, where nearly all of the area is considered in at least "Moderate Drought"(KBTX)