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Texas Drenched by Persistent Drizzle

Texas has been drenched by a steady stream of rainfall, which is not expected to completely subside until Sunday. In over an 18 hour period, the deluge has produced 3-4 inches and flash flooding in some areas, with the encrusted earth lacking the absorbency to sponge-up the moisture fast enough.

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Top Water Official Thanks Lubbock Citizens During Interview on KFYO

Rainfall is still below normal. But somehow we are saving water.

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At Mid-Year, the Stats About Rain Are Good News, Bad News

For the first half of this year, Lubbock received 5 ¼ inches of rain.

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The Rain Is Good, But We Could Use Some More

The bad news is that the .99 inches of rain so far this year is still below where we should be at this point in the year.

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Colorado Scientist Says Texas Will See Above-Average Summer Rainfall

A Colorado scientist says farmers and ranchers in Texas and Oklahoma can look forward to a wetter than average summer this year.

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2012 Rainfall Still Below Average

We have had some rain in Lubbock during the first quarter of 2012.  However, it’s not enough to brag about.

Through Friday, the National Weather Service recorded precipitation totaling 1.29 inches

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First Severe Weather Event of Spring Brings Rain to West Texas

The first major severe weather event of Spring took place during the night across the South Plains.

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National Weather Service Meteorologist Jody James Says Long Range Forecast Suggests We Will Have Drier Than Normal Weather in the Coming Months

Last year's weather was the driest in the city's history.

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Praying for Rain…Will It Work Again?

“We’re calling on God again to come, to visit our dry land, and to bring rain. "

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It Doesn’t Get Much Dryer Than This, But Rain Is In Our Forecast

We need 14.78 inches of precipitation in December to make this a normal year.

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