Thursday, April 13, 2017
Nearly a foot of rain fell this week over the Brazos River watershed near Waco, Texas
Brazos River not expected to flood after heavy rainfall
Travis Herzog brings you his 'State of the Brazos River' address after a week of heavy rainfall (KTRK)
By Travis Herzog
Nearly a foot of rain fell this week over the Brazos River watershed near Waco, raising concerns downstream that we could see a repeat of last year's record-setting Brazos River flood.
Meteorologist Travis Herzog shows you how much the river is predicted to rise and helps ease fears over any major flooding.
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Posted by Bill Stephanatos at 3:26 PM