Morning rains end 11-day dry stretch

June 30th, 2013 at 9:56 am by under Weather

A shift in the weather pattern brought beneficial rainfall to much of central Texas early Sunday morning, ending an 11-day dry streak at Camp Mabry – and finally adding some rainfall to the buckets on the last day of what has been an extremely dry June.

Rainfall data from the LCRA Hydromet site

Rainfall data from the LCRA Hydromet site

Find your neighborhood on the above map to see how much rain fell Sunday morning, or click the map to navigate the LCRA Hydromet site yourself.

Here are some of the more impressive rainfall totals from the past 24 hours:

13 mi. WNW Blanco – 0.92″

3 mi. NNW Willow City (Gillespie Co.) – 0.88″

Big Sandy Creek (Elgin) – 0.85″

James River (Mason Co.) – 0.72″

Pedernales River (Johnson City) – 0.69″

LCRA Redbud (Austin) – 0.56″

ABIA – 0.55″

Camp Mabry - 0.35″

2 mi. E Lakeway – 0.34″

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