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|Report Source||COOP Observer|
|NCDC Data Source||CSV|
|Begin Date||2007-06-01 00:00:00.0 CST-6|
|Begin Location||0N THROCKMORTON|
|End Date||2007-06-30 23:59:00.0 CST-6|
|End Location||0N THROCKMORTON|
|Deaths Direct/Indirect||0/0 (fatality details below, when available...)|
|Episode Narrative||Ample rainfall fell in June and generated monthly precipitation totals well above average for many of the coop observers across West Central Texas as well as for the San Angelo, Abilene and Junction airport stations. Average rainfall reported from coop observers in June was 7.22 inches. The highest monthly rainfall total of 13.98 inches was reported in Callahan County. Coop observers in Brown, Coleman, Callahan, Mason, Runnels, San Saba, Shackelford, Sutton and Throckmorton Counties received over ten inches of rain in June.
Numerous showers throughout the first half of the month across the area generated flash flooding over localized areas. Toward the end of the month, the moist conditions had soils nearly saturated and more widespread runoff was noticed. From June 24 through 29, a weak upper level low pressure system slowly wandered across Central Texas. Periods of very heavy rainfall associated with the weak upper level system produced considerable rises along area streams and rivers. River level rises were noted from the Clear Fork Brazos River basin to the Llano River basin.
The San Angelo Regional Airport received 5.54 inches of precipitation during June, which was 3.02 inches above normal for the month. This was the fifth wettest June on record at San Angelo. The monthly normal rainfall for San Angelo in June is 2.52 inches.
The Abilene Regional Airport received 7.86 inches of precipitation during June, which was 4.80 inches above normal for the month. This was the sixth wettest June on record at Abilene. The monthly normal rainfall for Abilene in June is 3.06 inches.
Junction received 4.96 inches of rain in June. The estimated average monthly rainfall in June is about 3.75 inches.
Coop Observer Rainfall Totals for June, 2007:
Station Name Amt (in) Station Name Amt (in) Abilene 2 5.36 Merkel 12SW 5.61 Acton Ranch 7.72 Oak Creek Lake 6.63 Albany 10.23 Ozona 4.96 Anson 3.54 Ozona 22SE 5.69 Ballinger 2NW 8.34 Paint Rock 6.75 Brady 7.51 Putnam 13.98 Brownwood 11.58 Red Bluff Crossing 10.02 Burkett 11.91 Richland Springs 6.33 Coleman 7.78 Robert Lee 2.85 Concho Park 5.62 Roscoe 0.53 Eden 6.74 Rotan 3.61 Eldorado 4.22 San Angelo WFO 5.69 Eldorado 10W 3.45 San Saba 7NW 9.35 Eldorado 12N 4.45 Silver Valley 8.37 Fort Griffin 12.12 Sonora 2.81 Fort McKavett 9.85 Stamford 6.37 Glen Cove 8.80 Sterling City 2.01 Hamlin 4.91 Taylor Ranch 8.85 Haskell 7.24 Telegraph 7.66 Hords Creek 10.68 Throckmorton 7NE 9.94 Humble Pump 10.59 Water Valley 1.82 Junction 4SSW 4.82 Water Valley 11NE 3.18 Lake Abilene 6WNW 7.61 Winters 11.18 Lawn 7.94 Woodson 11.36 London 3N 8.63 Mason 13.19 Menard 7.94
The following counties received federal disaster declarations because of flooding to damages to county road infrastructure: Throckmorton, Shackelford, Callahan, Coleman, McCulloch, Mendard, Mason and San Saba. The following counties received federal disaster declarations because of flood damage to individual property and public roads: Runnels and Brown Counties.
All events for this episode:
|(ABI)ABILENE MUNI AR||TAYLOR CO.||TX||06/01/2007||00:00||CST-6||Heavy Rain||0||0||0.00K||0.00K|
|(JCT)KIMBLE CO ARPT||KIMBLE CO.||TX||06/01/2007||00:00||CST-6||Heavy Rain||0||0||0.00K||0.00K|
|(SJT)MATHIS FLD SAN||TOM GREEN CO.||TX||06/01/2007||00:00||CST-6||Heavy Rain||0||0||0.00K||0.00K|
|ALBANY||SHACKELFORD CO.||TX||06/01/2007||00:00||CST-6||Heavy Rain||0||0||0.00K||0.00K|
|BALLINGER||RUNNELS CO.||TX||06/01/2007||00:00||CST-6||Heavy Rain||0||0||0.00K||0.00K|
|BRADY||MCCULLOCH CO.||TX||06/01/2007||00:00||CST-6||Heavy Rain||0||0||0.00K||0.00K|
|BROWNWOOD||BROWN CO.||TX||06/01/2007||00:00||CST-6||Heavy Rain||0||0||0.00K||0.00K|
|COLEMAN||COLEMAN CO.||TX||06/01/2007||00:00||CST-6||Heavy Rain||0||0||0.00K||0.00K|
|MASON||MASON CO.||TX||06/01/2007||00:00||CST-6||Heavy Rain||0||0||0.00K||0.00K|
|SAN SABA||SAN SABA CO.||TX||06/01/2007||00:00||CST-6||Heavy Rain||0||0||0.00K||0.00K|
|SONORA||SUTTON CO.||TX||06/01/2007||00:00||CST-6||Heavy Rain||0||0||0.00K||0.00K|
|THROCKMORTON||THROCKMORTON CO.||TX||06/01/2007||00:00||CST-6||Heavy Rain||0||0||0.00K||0.00K|