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33 Inches Of Rain In Jefferson County Texas - 25.75" Fell In The Past 12-Hours!


NWS Houston GRLevel3 Radar. 
(Estimated Rainfall Totals.)






An automated Texas Mesonet DD6 Alert Rain Gauge located 4 miles north-northeast of Hamshire in Jefferson County Texas, southwest of Beaumont, is reporting a 24-hour total of 33.58" of rainfall as of 6:10 AM CDT this morning. 25.75" of that fell in the past 12-hours!

IR Satellite Image.

At 6:41 CDT This Thursday Morning.

A complex of thunderstorms is just sitting over Jefferson County unloading on them. This is remnant tropical moisture from former Tropical Storm Imelda.

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