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WHERE DOES ALL THE WATER GO?

WHERE DOES ALL THE WATER GO?

It’s the question most posed to the Brazos River Authority during the drought. With most reservoirs full, now is a good time to take a closer look at just what happened during the drought and at how reservoirs are designed to work.
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HEIGHTENED FIRE DANGER IN THE BRAZOS BASIN

HEIGHTENED FIRE DANGER IN THE BRAZOS BASIN

The Texas A&M Forest Service has warned about the possibility of wildfires amid moderate winds and low relative humidity throughout the Brazos River basin. For information on how you can protect your home and family, click the photo.
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WINTER OFFERS GREAT OPPORTUNITIES TO CATCH RAINBOW TROUT

WINTER OFFERS GREAT OPPORTUNITIES TO CATCH RAINBOW TROUT

While colder temperatures often keep many outdoor recreation enthusiasts indoors, the winter can be a prime time for fishing in Texas, as anglers have a chance to land fish that prefer cooler temperatures.
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WET WEATHER EXPECTED TO LINGER A FEW MORE MONTHS

WET WEATHER EXPECTED TO LINGER A FEW MORE MONTHS

2015 was a year of extremes, from the end of a multi-year drought to late spring flooding, from a drying out period in the summer to the sporadic heavy rains of fall. What can we expect for 2016?
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SKYWARN CLASSES ALLOW TEXANS TO BECOME STORM SPOTTERS

SKYWARN CLASSES ALLOW TEXANS TO BECOME STORM SPOTTERS

The National Weather Service is offering Skywarn classes at locations throughout the Brazos River basin to help people learn to spot storms, an especially helpful skill with El Niño packing a powerful punch and the spring severe weather season approaching.
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