Wednesday’s Rain has shifted the Brazos River Forecast, but Still no Flooding Anticipated

Damaging winds was the primary issues with storms that pushed through Texas on Wednesday; however, some areas received a fair amount of rainfall. The heaviest rainfall occurred upstream of Hempstead with 4+ inches. The lower portions of the Watershed, through Fort Bend County, received between 0.5 to 1.5 inches. The rain has caused the WGRFC … More Wednesday’s Rain has shifted the Brazos River Forecast, but Still no Flooding Anticipated

Another Weather Active Memorial Day Weekend with the 2020 Hurricane Season around the Corner

The Brazos River in Richmond is currently at Gage Elevation 16.66 and rising from the rainfall the watershed received over the past 48 to 72 hours. The WGRFC predicts that the Brazos River through Richmond will peak below Action Stage over the next week. Based on the 7-day extended forecast, no flooding along the Brazos … More Another Weather Active Memorial Day Weekend with the 2020 Hurricane Season around the Corner

2 Rounds of Heavy Rains falls over Sugar Land and Missouri City but the Brazos should Remain Low

The initial round of heavy rainfall occurred Friday afternoon with the hardest hit areas over the Sugar Land / Missouri City areas of Fort Bend County. These areas observed between 4.5 to 6 inches in about 90 to 120 minutes with an approximate peak intensity between 3 to 3.5 inches per hour. Additional heavy rains … More 2 Rounds of Heavy Rains falls over Sugar Land and Missouri City but the Brazos should Remain Low