How Much Did It Rain? A Lot In Some Places

Summer came to a soggy end in Central Texas and some parts of the region got drenched.

Amber Suggs of Levita photographed this rain gauge early Friday morning. (Courtesy photo)

(September 21, 2013)—Official rainfall totals of as much as nearly 7 inches were reported in the aftermath of a drenching end-of-summer storm that was pushing into the Deep South Saturday.

The heavy rain produced localized flooding, forced a few cancellations, and provided a welcome respite from an otherwise dry summer.

Fall begins on Sunday.

Official rainfall totals ranged from as much as 6.91 inches in Corsicana to 5.11 inches in Lampasas to 3.66 inches in Temple to 3.11 inches in Waco.

Thorndale in Milam County got the least at 1.05 inches, the National Weather Service said.

Central Texas Rainfall Totals
(National Weather Service)

Bell County

BELTON LAKE 2.02

KILLEEN GRAY ASOS 1.58

FORT HOOD AAF ASOS 3.23

KILLEEN SKYLARK AWOS 2.29

LITTLE RIVER 3.49

TEMPLE 3.66

TEMPLE RAWS 2.46

TEMPLE AWOS 2.40

Bosque County

AQUILLA 4.18

CLIFTON 5.40

MCGREGOR AWOS 2.72

VALLEY MILLS 5.19

Freestone County

STREETMAN 5.18

Hamilton County

HICO 1.99

HAMILTON 1.91

HAMILTON AWOS 1.83

Hill County

AQUILLA LAKE 2.89

AQUILLA CREEK BELOW 3.13

BRANDON 5.10

BLUM 2.43

HILLSBORO AWOS 4.06

MALONE 3.61

Lampasas County

KEMPNER 3.81

LOMETA 4.16

LAMPASAS 11 WNW 3.86

LOMETA 4.01

LAMPASAS 5.11

Limestone County

GROESBECK 3.88

McLennan County

WACO ASOS 3.11

MCGREGOR 2.09

MCGREGOR RAWS 2.49

Milam County

CAMERON 1.89

THORNDALE 1.05

Mills County

GOLDTHWAITE 2.38

Navarro County

CORSICANA ASOS 6.91

RICE 2.49

RICHLAND 5.59

Robertson County

EASTERLY 2.23

HEARNE AWOS 2.10

ROUND PRAIRIE RAWS 3.29


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