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Bill Alexander's Forecast: Rain Coming to an End

Much of the Region Soaked by 1 to 1.5 inches of Rain

An upper level disturbance moving across the Lone Star State brought substantial rainfall to the Crossroads, with most locales garnering over an inch of precipitation.  The slow, soaking rain will prove beneficial to ground water supplies, since very little…

Heavy Rain Moving Offshore; Windy and Cooler Overnight

Mostly Cloudy and Cooler, Becoming Mostly Sunny on Sunday

Isolated coastal Crossroads locales received in excess of three inches of rain this afternoon, but the front causing the rain now is moving offshore.  The front's signals the last vestiges of rainfall for a few days, and initiates the…

Heavy Rain Pelting Coastal Counties this Afternoon

Flood Advisory in Effect for Parts of Refugio and Calhoun Counties Until 515 pm

Vert heavy rainfall ahead of a strong cold front continues to soak much of the Crossroads late this afternoon, and rain totals in excess of 3 inches already have been gauged.  A flood advisory is in effect for Calhoun…

Showers and Thunderstorms Pelting Crossroads Ahead of Cold Front

Significant Rainfall this Afternoon, Especially Coastal Areas

Abundant Gulf moisture that has been draped over the Crossroads for several days now finally has a decent cold front to lift it and generate plentiful rain.  Showers and thunderstorms have become numerous of the region in advance of…