The National Weather Service issued a Public Information Statement this afternoon indicating that Southeast Texas has experienced above normal rainfall through April 19th of this year. The month of April has been wetter than a normal month across this region. Though we have experienced rain from time to time all month long, a bulk of the rainfall, according to the National Weather Service, has fallen since April 10th. One of the rain gauges used by the National Weather Service is located at Sugar Land Regional Airport. So far in April, that gauge has measured 8.67 inches of rain. The year-to-date total for the gauge at the airport is 17.85 inches; or an amount that is over 5 inches above normal. It is too early to know if this trend will continue through the year and provide more consistent rain to Fort Bend County.
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