Currently, the Brazos River in Richmond remains low at Gage Elevation 8.27 feet. The Region is expecting its first cold front for the Fall Season to push through this week. This will bring cooler temperatures with highs in mid-to upper 80s. With the cold front, the forecast is calling for sunny skies with low rain […]
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Currently, the Brazos River in Richmond remains low at Gage Elevation 8.33 feet. The region has an increased chance for rain today (Monday, September 19). After today, the Regions rain chances drop and the forecast calls for sunny skies with high temperatures in the mid- to upper 90s. The 7-Day Quantitative Precipitation Forecast (QPF) is
The Brazos River continues to fall from the rainfall the watershed received over the past few weeks. Currently, the Brazos River at the Richmond Gage is at Gage Elevation 9.36 feet. A weak cold front has pushed through the Region bringing cooler, drier nights for a few days. Our rain chances remain low through Thursday.
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The Brazos River is slightly elevated compared to previous weeks and currently sits at Gage Elevation 10.92 feet. The region has increased rain chances; however, similar to Labor Day Weekend, the majority of the rainfall is forecast along the coastal areas. The 7-Day Quantitative Precipitation Forecast (QPF) is showing the lower Brazos River Watershed receiving