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  Texas Storms, 1925-1901 Storms
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1.  
Central and East Texas
November 3 to 7, 1925
The largest amounts of rainfall occurred in Walker, Austin, Robertson, and Rusk Counties. About 10 in. fell in Walker County and about 8 in. fell in Austin County.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   10.00 in. (Walker Co.)
8.00 in. (Austin Co.)
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Walker Co., Huntsville
Austin Co., Bellville
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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Central Texas
October 12 to 17, 1925
The largest amounts of rainfall occurred in Washington, Austin, Brazos, and Travis Counties. 6.68 in. on the 12th in Washington County followed by 6.95 in. in a 24-hour period in Austin, Travis County, on the 13th.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   6.95 in. (Travis Co.)
6.68 in. (Washington Co.)
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Travis Co., Austin
Washington Co.
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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South Texas
September 6 to 7, 1925
A weak tropical disturbance entered the Texas coast near Brownsville during the night Sept. 6. It moved northwestward, losing its force by morning Sept. 7. Maximum recorded rainfall was 10.7 in. at Brownsville in Cameron County.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   10.70 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Cameron Co., Brownsville
References:   Schoner and Molansky, 1956

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West Texas
May 27 to 29, 1925
Up to 11 in. of rainfall, with storm centers in Eagle Pass and Water Valley, caused flooding in West Texas.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   11.00 in. (Maverick Co.)
11.00 in. (Tom Green Co.)
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Maverick Co., Eagle Pass
Tom Green Co., Water Valley
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1954

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Upper Gulf Coast
June 20 to 23, 1924
The largest amounts of rainfall occurred in Kleberg, Nueces, and Jackson Counties. 11.3 in. fell in a 24-hour period on the 21st in Kleberg County. 7 in. fell in a 24-hour period on the 22nd in Nueces County.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   11.30 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Kleberg Co., Kingsville
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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East Texas
May 29 to 31, 1924
The largest amounts of rainfall occurred in Nacogdoches and Tyler Counties. 5.7 in. fell on the 31st in Tyler County.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   5.70 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Tyler Co., Woodville
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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East Texas
December 20 to 22, 1923
The largest amounts of rainfall occurred in Newton, Cherokee, and Nacogdoches Counties. Over 7 in. of rain fell in Newton County from the 20th to the 22nd.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   7.00 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Newton Co., Newton
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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South-Central Texas
September 15 to 17, 1922
The largest amounts of rain fell in Matagorda and Brazoria Counties. The largest amount recorded in the 3-day period was 11.84 in. in the city of Matagorda in Matagorda County.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   11.84 in. (Matagorda Co.)
10.50 in. (Brazoria Co.)
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Matagorda Co., Matagorda
Brazoria Co., Freeport
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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Upper Gulf Coast
June 7 to 9, 1922
The largest amounts of rain fell on Brazoria and Galveston Counties. In Brazoria County, a range of 8 to 13 in. fell over the 3-day period.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   13.00 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Brazoria Co., Brazoria
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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10.  
Central and East Texas
April 24 to 27, 1922
This large storm covered much of Central and East Texas. The maximum rainfall depths were about 12 in. in the Weatherford area.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   11.40 in. (Parker Co.)
9.30 in. (Nacogdoches Co.)
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Parker Co., Weatherford
Nacogdoches Co., Nacogdoches
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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North-Central Texas
April 23 to 25, 1922
Rainfall moved from the Panhandle to north-central and East Texas.
Deaths and Damage:   Flooding in Fort Worth claimed 11 lives and about $1 million in property damage.
Max. Precipitation:   Unknown
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Tarrant Co., Fort Worth
References:   Dallas Morning News, 1999; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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Central Texas
April 3 to 5, 1922
The largest amounts of rain fell on McLennan and Bosque Counties. During the 3-day period, over 7 in. fell in both McLennan and Bosque Counties.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   7.90 in. (McLennan Co.)
7.60 in. (Bosque Co.)
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   McLennan Co., Mcgregor
Bosque Co., Kopperl
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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East Texas
March 25 to 31, 1922
The largest amounts of rain fell on Smith, Rusk, Gregg, and Harrison Counties. During the week-long period, over 7 in. fell in both Smith and Gregg Counties.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   14.00 in. (Montgomery Co.)
12.89 in. (Austin Co.)
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Montgomery Co., Willis
Austin Co., Sealy
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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14.  
Central Texas
September 8 to 10, 1921
Heavy rainfall over a large area in Central Texas Sept. 8-10 produced peak discharges at several streamflow-gaging stations. Taylor in Williamson County recorded 23.98 in. during 35 hours, with 23.11 in. during 24 hours. Bucket surveys determined that Thrall had 32 in. of rain in 12 hours. read more...
Deaths and Damage:   Flooding caused the loss of at least 224 lives and resulted in property damage of more than $19 million.
Max. Precipitation:   40.00 in.
Severity:   Catastrophic
Storm Center(s):   Williamson Co., Taylor
References:   Asquith and Slade, 1995; Ellsworth, 1923, p. 1-13


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15.  
East Texas
June 22 to 23, 1921
A tropical storm entered the Gulf Coast between Houston and Corpus Christi June 22. Maximum recorded rainfall was 10.0 in. at Matagorda in Matagorda County. The storm moved north and caused flooding in the Red and Sulphur Rivers.
Deaths and Damage:   Damage was estimated at $100,000.
Max. Precipitation:   10.00 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Matagorda Co., Matagorda
References:   Schoner and Molansky, 1956

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East and South-Central Texas
June 19 to 26, 1921
This large storm covered much of the State and caused flooding in areas around Weatherford, Victoria, and Longview. The maximum rainfall depths were about 14 in. near Austwell.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   14.00 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Refugio Co., Austwell
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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Northeast Texas
October 21 to 24, 1919
The largest amounts of rainfall occurred in Fannin and Denton Counties. The city of Bonham in Fannin County measured 9.4 in.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   9.40 in. (Fannin Co.)
6.75 in. (Denton Co.)
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Fannin Co., Bonham
Denton Co., Denton
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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South-Central and East Texas
October 10 to 11, 1919
The largest amounts of rainfall occurred in Bell and Limestone Counties. On the 11th, 5.3 in. fell in a 24-hour period in Bell County.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   5.30 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Bell Co., Belton
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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Gulf Coast
September 14 to 15, 1919
A hurricane entered the Texas coast near Corpus Christi Sept. 14. Heavy rains accompanied the hurricane as it moved westward through southern Texas, then northward along the Pecos Valley Sept. 15, and finally northeastward toward the Texas-Oklahoma border. Maximum recorded rainfall was 12.0 in. at George West in Live Oak County from 7:00 a.m. Sept. 14 to 1:00 p.m. Sept. 15.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   12.00 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Live Oak Co., George West
References:   Schoner and Molansky, 1956

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20.  
Central and East Texas
July 18 to 23, 1919
Excessive and damaging local rains occurred in parts of Cooke County on the 19th, Travis County on the 21st, and DeWitt County on the 23rd.
Deaths and Damage:   Small streams were flooded by these rains and the damage to roads, bridges, crops, and soil was estimated at over $2 million.
Max. Precipitation:   12.71 in. (DeWitt Co.)
12.43 in. (Travis Co.)
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   DeWitt Co., Cuero
Travis Co., Hills Ranch
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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East Texas
June 14 to 17, 1919
The storm was centered over Brazoria in Brazoria County where 13.5 in. of rainfall was recorded. 12.83 in. of rainfall was recorded at Hitchcock in Galveston County.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   13.50 in. (Brazoria Co.)
12.83 in. (Galveston Co.)
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Brazoria Co., Brazoria
Galveston Co., Hitchcock
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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North-Central Texas
November 5 to 9, 1918
The largest amounts of rainfall occurred in Erath and Bosque Counties. In a 24-hour period from the 7th to the 8th, the city of Kopperl in Bosque County recorded 7.6 in.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   16.21 in. (Erath Co.)
11.59 in. (Erath Co.)
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Erath Co., Stephenville
Erath Co., Dublin
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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23.  
Central and East Texas
May 1 to 3, 1916
The largest amounts of rainfall occurred in Brazos, Hamilton, Grimes, and Walker Counties. Over 5 in. fell in both Grimes and Brazos Counties.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   7.00 in. (Angelina Co.)
6.95 in. (Tyler Co.)
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Angelina Co., Lufkin
Tyler Co., Rockland
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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South-Central and South Texas
March 31 to April 2, 1916
The rain of March 31st continued into April and spread to other parts of the State, ending a drought. The largest amounts of rain fell in Blanco, Bosque, and Kendall Counties.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   6.40 in. (Hamilton Co.)
4.70 in. (Medina Co.)
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Hamilton Co., Hico
Medina Co., Hondo
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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Edwards Plateau
September 13 to 17, 1915
The largest amounts of rain fell on Brown and Pecos Counties. The range in precipitation for the period was 3 in. in Brown County to 9 in. in Kimble County.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   9.17 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Kimble Co., Junction
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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East Texas
August 16 to 21, 1915
Rainfall was heavy ahead and east of a hurricane as it entered Texas. Rainfall continued to be moderate to heavy in the forward quadrants of the storm as it moved through East Texas June 18. Maximum recorded rainfall was 19.8 in. at San Augustine in San Augustine County 7:00 p.m. Aug. 16 to 1:00 p.m. Aug. 19.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   19.80 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   San Augustine Co., San Augustine
References:   Schoner and Molansky, 1956

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27.  
Central and East Texas
April 20 to 26, 1915
Rainfall up to 17 in. in North and East Texas caused flooding in the Trinity, Brazos, Colorado, and Guadalupe River Basins.
Deaths and Damage:   More than 40 lives were lost and property damage was estimated at $2.33 million.
Max. Precipitation:   15.10 in. (Cameron Co.)
12.20 in. (Van Zandt Co.)
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Cameron Co., Cameron Park
Van Zandt Co., Grand Saline
References:   Dallas Morning News, 1999; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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28.  
Panhandle and South Texas
October 21 to 25, 1914
Rains were unusually heavy in southwestern Texas resulting in damaging floods on the Rio Grande and the San Antonio and Guadalupe Rivers.
Deaths and Damage:   Damage was estimated to be about $72,000.
Max. Precipitation:   15.20 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Refugio Co., Austwell
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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29.  
South Texas
August 5 to 9, 1914
The month was the wettest on record for the preceding 27 years. The greatest amounts of rainfall occurred in DeWitt, Wilson, and Lavaca Counties. Sutherland Springs in Wilson County recorded 4 in. of rain on the 6th.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   12.77 in. (Bee Co.)
10.44 in. (DeWitt Co.)
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Bee Co., Beeville
DeWitt Co., Cuero
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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30.  
East Texas
May 26 to June 1, 1914
The storm was centered over Beaumont in Jefferson Co. where 12.42 in. of rainfall was recorded. 10.36 in. of rainfall was recorded at Booth in Fort Bend Co.
Deaths and Damage:   The loss from floods in the eastern parts of Texas totaled more than $1.9 million.
Max. Precipitation:   12.42 in. (Jefferson Co.)
10.36 in. (Fort Bend Co.)
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Jefferson Co., Beaumont
Fort Bend Co., Booth
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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31.  
North Texas
April 25 to 28, 1914
This storm originated over Knox County and spread over north-central Texas causing flooding in the Red, Trinity, and Brazos River Basins.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   7.00 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Knox Co., Goree
References:   Dallas Morning News, 1999

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32.  
Central and East Texas
December 1 to 6, 1913
Rainfall for the last 10 days of November averaged 4.21 in., Guadalupe River Basin; 3.74 in., Colorado River Basin; 3.53 in., Brazos River Basin; 2.98 in., Trinity River Basin; and 4.05 in., San Antonio River Basin. These rains laid the foundation for floods greater than any known at that time. Rains for first few days of December were more or less continuous but were heaviest Dec. 2-4. Rainfall Dec. 1-6 averaged 4.78 in., Guadalupe River Basin; 3.95 in., Colorado River Basin; 5.37 in., Brazos River Basin; 5.30 in., Trinity River Basin; and 2.94 in., San Antonio River Basin. About 85 percent of the rain fell Dec. 2-4. read more...
Deaths and Damage:   Flooding resulted in 177 deaths, and losses exceeded $8.5 million.
Max. Precipitation:   18.80 in. (Hays Co.)
14.07 in. (Travis Co.)
13.78 in. (Williamson Co.)
Severity:   Catastrophic
Storm Center(s):  

Hays Co., San Marcos
Travis Co., Austin
Williamson Co., Leander

References:   Ellsworth, 1923, p. 46-47

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33.  
South-Central Texas
September 30 to October 5, 1913
The maximum recorded rainfall was 14.54 in. at Galveston in Galveston Co.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   14.54 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Galveston Co., Galveston
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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34.  
South Texas
September 24 to 28, 1913
This storm began in Jim Hogg County with 9 in. of rain and moved up the Gulf Coast.
Deaths and Damage:   Damage was estimated at $1.25 million.
Max. Precipitation:   9.00 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Jim Hogg Co., Hebbronville
References:   Dallas Morning News, 1999

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35.  
Central and East Texas
September 8 to 13, 1913
The drought of July-August was broken effectively by heavy rainfall. Heavy rain fell in Hill, McLennan, Harrison, and Cherokee Counties.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   14.54 in. (Jefferson Co.)
9.98 in. (Smith Co.)
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Jefferson Co., Port Arthur
Smith Co., Flint
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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36.  
Central Texas
June 27 to 30, 1913
Rainfall was light to moderate along the southern Texas coast June 27-28 as a hurricane moved inland. Maximum recorded rainfall was 20.7 in. at Montell in Uvalde County where 20.05 in. fell during the 18.5-hour period 2:30 p.m. June 28 to 9:00 a.m. June 29.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   20.70 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Uvalde Co., Montell
References:   Schoner and Molansky, 1956; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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37.  
Gulf Coast
October 15 to 18, 1912
Rainfall was moderate to heavy in the immediate vicinity of a tropical disturbance as it moved inland over South Texas. Rainfall amounts diminished rapidly as the disturbance moved northeast, with largest amounts from the afternoon Oct. 16 to the afternoon Oct. 17. Maximum recorded rainfall was 6.3 in. at Brownsville in Cameron County.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   6.30 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Cameron Co., Brownsville
References:   Schoner and Molansky, 1956; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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38.  
East Texas
August 8 to 11, 1912
Unusually heavy rain fell in Upshur and Harrison Counties.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   13.25 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Gregg Co., Longview
Harrison Co.
Upshur Co.
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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39.  
South Texas
May 4 to 7, 1912
Corpus Christi recorded 6.56 in. of rainfall in a 24-hour period on the 5th and 6th. The city of Laureles recorded more than 5 in. of rainfall on the 5th and 6th.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   6.56 in. (Nueces Co.)
5.00 in. (San Patricio Co.)
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Nueces Co., Corpus Christi
San Patricio Co., Laureles
Cameron Co.
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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40.  
South-Central Texas
October 18 to 20, 1909
The maximum recorded rainfall was 10 in. at San Marcos in Hays-Caldwell County.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   10.00 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Hays Co., San Marcos
Caldwell Co.
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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41.  
South Texas
August 27 to 28, 1909
A tropical disturbance moved inland south of Brownsville during the afternoon of Aug. 27. Rainfall was moderate to heavy ahead and north of the disturbance as it moved to the northwest. Maximum recorded rainfall was 7.8 in. at Falfurrias in Brooks County.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   7.80 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Brooks Co., Falfurrias
References:   Schoner and Molansky, 1956

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42.  
South Texas
July 21 to 24, 1909
The storm was centered in Kerrville in Kerr County where 9.09 in. was recorded. The city of Hallettsville in Lavaca County received 8.5 in.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   9.09 in. (Kerr Co.)
8.50 in. (Lavaca Co.)
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Kerr Co., Kerrville
Lavaca Co., Hallettsville
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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43.  
North and Central Texas
May 22 to 25, 1908
As much as 9 in. of rainfall caused flooding throughout much of North and Central Texas.
Deaths and Damage:   Eleven lives were lost and property damage exceeded $5 million in the Dallas area.
Max. Precipitation:   9.20 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Uvalde Co., Sabinal
Dallas Co.
References:   Dallas Morning News, 1999

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Southeast Texas
May 28 to 31, 1907
Up to 12 in. of rainfall centered in Sugarland caused flooding in southeastern Texas.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   12.00 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Fort Bend Co., Sugarland
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1954

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Northeastern Texas
December 14 to 17, 1906
The maximum recorded rainfall of 7.06 in. was recorded at Long Lake in Anderson Co. 6.57 in. was recorded at Dialville in Cherokee Co.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   7.06 in. (Anderson Co.)
6.57 in. (Cherokee Co.)
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Anderson Co., Long Lake
Cherokee Co., Dialville
References:   None

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West Texas
August 5 to 6, 1906
At least 8.5 in. of rain fell in 2 days in the upper Colorado River Basin, causing severe flooding in Ballinger and San Angelo. The peak stage on the Concho River at San Angelo might have been higher than the 1853 peak.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   9.00 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Tom Green Co., Knickerbocker
References:   Dalrymple and others, 1937; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1954


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East and South Texas
June 21 to 27, 1905
The storm was centered in College Station in Brazos County, where the maximum recorded rainfall was 14.13 in. Rockport, Aransas County, recorded 11.95 in.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   14.13 in. (Brazos Co.)
11.95 in. (Aransas Co.)
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Brazos Co., College Station
Aransas Co., Rockport
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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48.  
North Texas
September 28 to October 1, 1903
Up to 10 in. of rainfall in Gainsville and Coleman caused local flooding in North Texas.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   9.20 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Cooke Co.
Coleman Co.
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1954

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Most of Texas
July 1 to 5, 1903
Rainfall depths were up to 14 in. in Cooke and Lamar Counties.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   14.00 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Cooke Co.
Lamar Co.
References:   Dallas Morning News, 1999

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50.  
Most of Texas
July 20 to 30, 1902
Rainfall depths up to 17 in. over much of the State causing flooding throughout Texas.
Deaths and Damage:   Damage estimated at $5 million.
Max. Precipitation:   16.90 in. (Bell Co.)
13.49 in. (Mitchell Co.)
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Bell Co., Temple
Mitchell Co., Colorado City
References:   Dallas Morning News, 1999; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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51.  
East Texas
June 26 to 30, 1902
Storm was centered in Nacogdoches County near the city of Nacogdoches where 14.22 in. of rain fell.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   14.22 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Nacogdoches Co., Nacogdoches
References:   U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unpub. data

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