Does this sound familiar? It’s raining cats and dogs down the street, but your poor, parched lawn isn’t getting a drop.
Because Central Texas rainfall amounts can vary — even in one neighborhood — rain gauges at Camp Mabry and Austin-Bergstrom International Airport don’t tell the full picture, said Troy Kimmel, a state coordinator for the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network, commonly known as Cocorahs.
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