That’s the way Texas droughts usually end, with floods. And with 4.5 inches of rain yesterday, we’re certainly on the way to flooding. Because more is expected today. TV news videos of a roaring Shoal Creek out of its banks reminds of the 1981 flood. Four and a half inches is 22 percent of the average year’s total. In just one day. When it’s flooding down in Texas…all the telephone lines are down. Thank goodness for WiFi.
UPDATE: More didn’t materialize and we stayed at 4.5 inches.