Storm front drops precip across county
By Carolyn B. Edwards BCC Staff Writer
A storm front passing through central Texas Monday evening, April 29, dropped measurable precipitation across the eastern half of Bandera County. According to CoCoRaHS volunteers, the heaviest rainfall swept across Highway 16 about halfway between Bandera and Pipe Creek, with gauges marking 1.36 inches and 1.16 inches.
Other CoCoRaHS gauges measured from a quarter of an inch in Lakehills to a third of an inch near the intersection of Highway 173 and 2828.
The USGS gauge at Patterson Road in Medina collected almost a quarter of an inch. The Bandera gauge totaled 1.00 inches.
Bandera Electric Cooperative did not report any electrical outages related to the storm.