LEARN TO TELL A SPRING SHOWER FROM SEVERE WEATHER IN FREE CLASSES AROUND THE STATE
Want to learn how to tell whether approaching clouds are a spring shower or a severe thunderstorm? You can over the next few months as the National Weather Service offers educational classes as part of its Sky Warn program at several locations across the Brazos River basin. To learn more, please click here.
STREAMFLOW ALERTS AVAILABLE BY TEST AND EMAIL
Being concerned about flooding might seem a little crazy after more than 4 years of drought conditions. But Texas weather has been known to change on Mother Nature’s whim and being prepared is never a poor idea. The U.S. Geological Survey has introduced an online tool that can provide updates on changes to streamflow by text or email for those who live near or just enjoy venturing out on Texas’ rivers and lakes. For more, click here.
PERMIT FEE WAIVERS NOW AVAILABLE FOR 2015
Due to continuing drought conditions, the Brazos River Authority will once again offer Residential Water Use Permit and Commercial Dock fee waivers for the 2015 calendar year. To apply for the permit fee waiver, click the waiver fee icon at the right or click here.