Month: May 2019

Weekly Brazos River Outlook

The Brazos River in Richmond is currently at Gage Elevation 34.25 feet (Action Flood Stage) and rising. The WGRFC is forecasting that the Brazos River will hit Gage Elevation 37.5 feet on Saturday. This Week Based on the forecasts, we should continue to get an extended break from the rain with sunny to partly cloudy …

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Weekly Brazos River Outlook

The Brazos River in Richmond is currently at Gage Elevation 45.82 feet (Minor Flood Stage) and falling. The WGRFC is forecasting that the Brazos River will drop out of Minor Flood Stage tomorrow morning. This Week After a long week of extremely wet weather, we will have another short break with sunny skies again today. …

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Weather Update (Conditions Improving) – 5/10/19 at 5:30 PM

Weather conditions continue to improve across the region which has lead the NWS to remove several of our northern counties from the current Flash Flood Watch. Stability in the atmosphere has prevented development of storms throughout the day and we could expect this to bring us a mostly quiet evening. There continues to be a …

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Water Levels Almost Back to Normal

Although our operator LMS and engineer are still manning the facilities and watching the water levels, due to lack of rainfall today, we are almost back to normal. Currently we have only one lead pump and one gator pumping. The rest of the pumps are off. They are ready to turn on when needed.

Weather Update

This post is a short update on operations in the District.B All permanent pumps are operational at this time and our operator, LMS, has deployed the emergency Gator pumps to supplement our permanent pumping capacity.B LMS and our engineer LJA are working to lower internal water levels in the District in anticipation of potential rainfall …

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