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County-wide burn bans through April 1


Monthly Change in Drought Monitor Classification

U.S. Drought Monitor, March 3, 2015
U.S. Drought Monitor, March 31, 2015

Drought conditions to improve -- State Climatologist Dr. Nielsen-Gammon stated that there was an average increase of 1.5 degrees in Texas’ temperature since 1970. There has also been increasing loss of water from soil and plants, but trends are pointing to increased rainfall for the upcoming years. He states that we are probably going to see an improvement in drought conditions over the next 20-25 years.
The Amarillo Globe-News, Kevin Welch, March 7, 2015

Early Week Rain to Soak Gulf Coast, Help Battle Drought -- A large rain event across the southern parts of Texas will help bring relief to some of the drought conditions. Areas along the coast expected to get 1 to 2 inches of rainfall with isolated locations getting much more.
Accuweather, Jordan Root, March 8, 2015

Recent rains healthy, but no drought buster -- While the rainfall was definitely beneficial all across the state, it certainly did not put an end to the drought. The Edwards Aquifer received a good amount of rain, which has been rising nearly 17 feet for the past 6 months. The water restrictions still remain for now.
WOAI, Staff Writer, March 10, 2015

El Nino beginning to emerge -- El Nino has finally arrived, and it has been long awaited as it allows for wetter than normal conditions in areas of Texas where rain is much needed to alleviate the drought conditions.
The Plainview Daily Herald, Doug McDonough, March 10, 2015

Drought Conditions Are Improving in North Texas, but there are still Trouble Zones -- Portions of North Texas received nearly 6 inches of rain over the past few weeks but the drought still remains. Experts are expecting the drought conditions to gradually improve due to the increasing soil moisture.
KERA, Krystina Martinez, March 13, 2015

McLennan County inching its way out of drought -- With the recent rains, McLennan County has been downgraded from a severe drought to a moderate drought. The county received 6.7 inches of rain since the beginning of the year. This is more than 5 inches of the amount of rainfall they had this time last year. A downgrade in drought is a welcome sight for many of the residents.
The Waco Herald-Tribune, Stephanie Butts, March 16, 2015

City officials lift all drought restrictions -- Some good news out of Victoria, all drought restrictions have been lifted! Since water levels in the Guadalupe River have increased due to the recent rainfall, city officials were allowed to terminate the Stage 1 drought restrictions.
The Victoria Advocate, Staff Writer, March 24, 2015

It’s crazy wet, but not in Texas Panhandle -- It seems like a lot of places across the Texas area have been getting in on rainfall except for the Panhandle. Amarillo is so far at 2 inches of rainfall for the year. Some areas in Texas have received twice that much rainfall within a day this month!
Amarillo Globe-News, Kevin Welch, March 28, 2015

Water Supply

Water supplies healthy, but drought a concern -- Fredericksburg’s wells were not doing well during recent past years, but now conditions are improving. At this time, their wells are doing better than they were last year around this time, and they hope the wells will continue to rebound and do better than previous years.
The Fredericksburg Standard, Staff Writer, March 4, 2015

Melrose Water supply issues boil water notice -- Due to a water line that broke in Nacogdoches County, a boil water notice has been issued for all citizens in the county. This is so that bacteria is destroyed before it is consumed.
KTRE, Staff Writer, March 10, 2015

East Texas lakes brimming after record rains -- After record rainfall in East Texas, Lake Cherokee, along with other lakes, rose above their spillway. Rainfall totals for the month reached 5.68 inches which is nearly an inch and a half over the normal amount. Residents stated that if you didn’t have your boat tied down, then chances are it could float away.
Longview News-Journal, Richard Yeakley, March 13, 2015

Rains help some DFW lakes more than others -- Rain can be very scattered in nature in its effects, and that seems to be the case for lakes in the DFW area. Some lakes received a great amount of rain such as Joe Pool Lake, which was able to reach flood stage. While others like Hubbard Creek Reservoir is still decreasing with its levels dropping to now 13 percent full.
WFAA, Bill Hanna, March 13, 2015

Rain, Sleet, Snow Lift All Boats On North Texas Lake -- North Texas reservoirs have received a lot of help from the recent rainfall, but the drought is still persisting. Jim Chapman Lake rose 7 feet which brought its capacity up to 65.5 percent. Lake Lavon’s water levels also rose to 65.7 percent full.
KWTX, Staff Writer, March 15, 2015

Rain could bring aquifer relief -- The aquifer in San Antonio is expected to get some much needed relief from the rainfall that’s expected to fall throughout the week. The region still remains in a drought however.
San Antonio Express-News, Scott Huddleston, March 17, 2015

Area lakes see gains -- The heavy rainfall did do some benefits for a lake in North Texas. Wichita Falls Lake’s water levels has increased over the past week due to the recent rainfall.
Times Record News, Lynn Walker, March 23, 2015


Elevated fire danger, 50 mph wind gusts expected -- With warm and dry conditions combined with wind gusts between 35 to 50 mph, the National Weather Service warned that fire danger was elevated. The high winds were also to blame for damage to the roofs on some homes in the Amarillo area.
Amarillo Globe-News, JC Cortez, March 25, 2015

Burn bans stretch across the Texas Panhandle -- Burn bans have been put into effect for many areas in the Texas Panhandle. Randall, Potter, Castro, and many other counties are included in the ban. This is due to the warm and dry conditions with high wind gusts included.
KVII, Travis Ruiz, March 25, 2015


Texas crop, weather -- State Climatologist, Dr. Nielsen-Gammon is optimistic, and then pessimistic, about future drought conditions in Texas. He is optimistic for the next 10-15 years for agriculture, because rain is the major factor, and it is expected to increase in the coming years. The reasons for being pessimistic are the long-term issues. The increased heat globally (1.5 degrees since 1970) will begin to cause more evaporation, and therefore it will be harder for the plants to retain water. Although, plants have to get CO2 through their stoma, which would not have to be open as much with the presence of more CO2, which would make plants more drought resistant in the long term.
AgriLife Today, Robert Burns, March 3, 2015

Texas Fruit Farmers explain how extreme temperatures are killing their crops -- Fruit farmers are explaining how the spurts of extremely cold temperatures are affecting their crops. Stone fruits were the first to be affected, and farmers are now worried about strawberries and peaches as the cold weather is killing them off.
Dallas Observer, Scott Reitz, March 6, 2015

Local citrus growers concerned over possible rainy weather -- With the chance for a big rain event in the Valley, farmers are worried that the fruit will lose quality. One farmer stated that quality of the fruit will deteriorate with really wet and soggy conditions.
KGBT, Elizabeth Espinosa, March 7, 2015

The Cold Weather Is ‘Just Peachy’ For Hill Country’s Peach Growers -- Farmers are expecting a very good season for peaches thanks to the numerous cold weather spurts. Cold weather is certainly good for peaches to grow in and with the cold weather lasting longer than normal, it has prevented premature blooms. This means that peaches are expected to be plentiful this year.
Texas Public Radio, Eileen Pace, March 10, 2015

Texas wineries prepare for a banner year -- The cold weather is an incredibly good thing for wineries in Texas since it didn’t allow for the “buds” to break early. This means the wine will be that much better since the buds have more time to grow without the risk of being exposed to freezing temperatures.
Your Houston News, Ron Saikowski, March 12, 2015

Kansas, Oklahoma wheat crop condition slips, Texas improves -- Wheat conditions have been steadily improving in Texas while up north in Kansas and Oklahoma, conditions have been decreasing. Texas winter wheat has improved to 51% due to the rainfall. However, corn and sorghum planting has been delayed due to the wet conditions around the state.
Farm Futures, Staff Writer, March 16, 2015

Despite Drought, Wet Weather Taking A Toll On Texas Farmers Crops -- Even though drought conditions are still being experienced in parts of North Texas, it’s not the thing that’s keeping farmers from planting. Soggy grounds from the recent rain event isn’t favorable for planting, so farmers must wait until conditions are drier.
CBS DFW, Jack Fink, March 17, 2015

Experts Expect Great Wildflower Season in Texas -- With the wetter than normal fall and winter, experts are suggesting that the wildflower season will be incredibly impressive. Wildflowers have already been spotted along the roadways.
NBCDFW, Staff Writer, March 18, 2015

AgriLife Extension experts: South Texas agriculture under serious weather threat -- Down in the Lower Rio Grande Valley, the cold and wet winter weather for the second straight year has hampered the agricultural industry. Cotton and sugarcane are the two crops that are the most threatened by the weather.
The Monitor, Rod Santa Ana, March 19, 2015

Wet winter weather problematic for farmers -- The wet winter has caused some problems for farmers that need to assess their ground conditions to check for eligibility for crop insurance. If the farmers can’t get things planted, then they won’t be eligible for the insurance so all of their crops will have no protection from the government.
Hillsboro Reporter, Staff Writer, March 23, 2015

Central Texas: Farmers Having Tough Time Planting Crops -- Farmers in Central Texas are having a bit of a problem due to the influx of water. Farmers say that growing corn is easy since all you have to do is add water. It becomes a problem when there’s too much water though. A lot of water creates less than ideal planting conditions.
KWTX, Ethan Hutchins, March 24, 2015

Texas bluebonnets bloom quickly this season-- Bluebonnets are beginning to bloom quickly this year and it’s creating a beautiful sight all across Texas. The frequent rain and warmer temperatures are aiding in helping Texas’s state flower bloom quicker and look as amazing as ever.
KVUE, Meteorologist Jared Plushnick, March 25, 2015

Experts predict wet conditions, farming problems to persist -- Farmers in the Lower Rio Grande Valley are longing for a period of hot and dry weather but it doesn’t look likely. Fields continue to be too soggy to plant crops and more rain is expected to be on the way for the area. Crops are expected to take a big hit in this portion of the state as a result.
Valley Morning Star, Rod Santa Ana III, March 29, 2015

Recent rains could improve outlook for Texas cattle herds -- The rainfall is helping the cattle herds across the state. Previously, cattle had to be moved out of the state to rain-fed pastures. Since a lot of rain has been falling across the state now, cattle are able to be properly fed within the state so no movement is necessary. This is especially good for farmers that don’t qualify for the federal program to protect the cattle.
Casper Star-Tribune, Bill Hanna. March 30, 2015

Warm Weather Helps Wheat -- The warm and humid weather that is typical for majority of Texas during spring time is helping out the growth of wheat. The condition of the wheat is still reported as good as the beginning of April approaches. Oats and Pecan trees are also growing well with the warmer weather.
High Plains/Midwest Ag Journal, Staff Writer, March 31, 2015

Inclement Weather

Cold/Winter Weather

Winter storm drops 5 inches in Texas Panhandle -- An early March winter storm dropped about an inch of snow in Amarillo, and over 5 inches of snow in Wellington. This winter storm put snowfall totals in Amarillo at 23.9 inches, which is 10 inches above average for the season.
Amarillo Globe-News;, Matthew Hutchison, March 4, 2015

Accumulation reported in Wood, Henderson counties -- Snow and sleet falling in East Texas made road crews incredibly busy to treat the roads that were covered with snow and ice to allow people to travel on them. Wood County received nearly 3 inches of snow that accumulated on roads and bridges.
Tyler Morning Telegraph, Cory McCoy, March 5, 2015

North Texas hit with record snowfall; Forth Worth a ghost town -- A very eerie situation in Downtown Fort Worth due to the winter storm. With nearly all schools and businesses closed for the day and hundreds of flights canceled, citizens described Downtown as a ghost town.
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Bill Hanna, March 5, 2015

Pedestrians Warned of Falling Ice in Downtown Dallas -- With the recent winter storm and temperatures getting back above freezing, a new danger arose. Ice falling from buildings pose a dangerous threat to those walking along on the streets.
CBS DFW, L.P. Phillips, March 6, 2015

After record snowfall, a record low in Central Texas -- The winter storm did more than bring snowfall across the state, it also brought in extremely cold temperatures. A record low temperature was set at Waco Regional Airport at 20 degrees. The previous record was 23 degrees set back in 2013.
KWTX, Staff Writer, March 6, 2015

Severe Weather

Dense fog advisory issued for Central Texas -- Many areas in North Texas had visibility as low as ¼ mile, so drivers were cautioned to slow down during their commutes. Later that night there was a 30% chance of precipitation, which would also decrease visibility even more.
The Austin American-Statesman, Philip Jankowski, March 2, 2015

2.3-magnitude earthquake rumbles near Irving -- A 2.3-magnitude earthquake shook the Irving area late at night. The epicenter was close to the University of Dallas Campus, but no damage was reported as a result of the quake.
WFAA, Staff Writer, March 8, 2015

Flash Flood Watch for San Antonio -- In San Antonio, up to 2 to 3 inches of rainfall was expected with some localized areas getting up to 5 inches of rain. This prompted the National Weather Service to put out a Flash Flood Watch.
KENS5, Paul Mireles, March 9, 2015

Flash Flood Watch in effect for most of SE Texas -- The chance for big rainfall totals extends down into the Houston area. National Weather Service extended the Flash Flood Watch through majority of Southeast Texas due to the threat for localized flooding.
KTRK, Staff Writer, March 9, 2015

Rain making system arrives with El Nino, but is there a connection -- With the recent statement from Climate Prediction Center that El Nino has formed, it has caused wonder of whether or not the recent rain event is linked to it. This is due to the fact that during some of the years with El Nino, record rainfall has occurred across the state.
KXAN, Jim Spencer, March 4, 2015

Rain brings flash flood warnings, water rescue -- East Texas received plentiful rain which caused numerous car accidents and even warranted a few rescues. 2 children had to be rescued after the flooding stranded them from their house.
The Longview News-Journal, Matthew Prosser, March 10, 2015

Wet week ahead for Central Texas -- Meteorologists are expecting a big rain event in the upcoming week for areas in Central Texas. For the majority of the week, there is a pretty high possibility of rainfall. It looks as if the cold weather is done, and we’re now moving into the warmer and wetter weather that is typical of spring.
Killeen Daily Herald, JC Jones, March 14, 2015

Heavy rain, possible flooding in Central Texas -- The National Weather Service is warning the public that locally heavy rainfall is possible in Central Texas. Some areas could receive nearly 2 inches of rain within 24 hours. Later on in the week, another inch or so of rain is expected in the area.
The Austin American-Statesman, Staff Writer, March 17, 2015

Heavy rain moves into SA area -- Heavy rain is expected to pass through the San Antonio area dropping up to 2 inches of rain with some localized places getting up to 3 inches of rainfall. Flooding is a concern going throughout the week in the area.
KSAT, RJ Marquez, March 18, 2015

More rain in store for region -- Some much needed rainfall is expected to fall in the Texas Panhandle where majority of the region still remains in a drought. About a tenth of an inch of rain fell earlier in the day, but more is expected in the upcoming week.
Amarillo Globe-News, JC Cortez, March 18, 2015

Flash Flood Watch for parts of SE Texas as heavy rain draws closer -- The threat for heavy rain has caused the National Weather Service to issue a Flash Flood Watch for the majority of SE Texas. Most areas are expected to get 2 to 4 inches but some localized areas could get up to 5 to 6 inches of rainfall.
KPRC, Frank Billingsley, March 20, 2015

Heavy rains floods Southeast Texas -- In Southeast Texas around the Houston area, many residents found themselves with flooded yards and roads. The areas that experienced the most flooding were Baytown, Seabrook, and Galveston. Many took to social media to share the pictures of the flooding that took place.
KTRK, Staff Writer, March 21, 2015

Storm System Brings Heavy Rain To Parts Of Texas -- The National Weather Service issued many flood advisories due to heavy rainfall falling across the state. Some areas received nearly 4 inches of rain. Flash Flood Warnings were even issued along the Gulf Coast for the rainfall.
KWTX, Staff Writer, March 22, 2015

Severe weather possibly headed for North Texas -- Spring time weather doesn’t just include rain and warmer temperatures, it also includes severe weather. The potential for severe weather looms for parts of North Texas due to a cold front. The main threat is large hail and wind speeds of at least 60 mph.
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Domingo Ramirez Jr., March 24, 2015

Wind Advisory in effect for Killeen -- High winds in Central Texas warranted the National Weather Service to issue a Wind Advisory for Killeen. Winds are expected to exceed 25 mph and gusts could get up to 40 mph. This is due to a cold front that is passing through the state.
Killeen Daily Herald, Clay Thorp, March 26, 2015

Windy weather dominates Valero Texas Open -- The high winds across the state of Texas also affected the Valero Texas Open that’s held near San Antonio. Wind gusts were reported as high as 38 mph. High wind speeds have a drastic effect on the flight of golf balls. Many golfers reported having a frustrating time due to the winds.
The San Antonio Express-News, John Whisler, March 26, 2015

Warm Weather

Mild weather continues into the weekend -- After getting a winter blast earlier in the month, citizens are happy to hear that temperatures will be in the 70s. The warmer temperatures look to last throughout the remainder of the weekend which will make for pleasant outdoor conditions.
KJTV, Matt Ernst, March 11, 2015

Warmer Weather Means Plenty of Snakes -- With spring-time approaching, warmer temperatures are making their way across the state. Snakes are a big fan of warmer air, so it’s not surprising that there has been an influx of snakes around the state. Experts already state that there have been a lot of snake bite reported on pets and people.
Texas A&M Today, Keith Randall, March 12, 2015

Warm weather is big draw to City Park -- The warm weather is also bringing out more people to do outdoor activities at parks. Many residents of Stephenville went out to City Park to enjoy a day of fun in the sun. Some say that it was very therapeutic to go outside after a long and eventful winter.
Stephenville Empire-Tribune, Josh Harville, March 12, 2015

Warm weather springs into region -- Spring is coming in full force in the Texas Panhandle bringing temperatures nearly 20 degrees above the average high temperature. The good news is that the rainfall is close to the normal average at 2.29 inches since the beginning of January. This time last year, the area was only at 0.48 inches.
<i>Amarillo Globe-News</i>, Bailie Myers, March 22, 2015

Warm weather continues through the work week -- In Abilene, warmer weather is expected to continue throughout the week. Temperatures are expected to top out close to 80 degrees for multiple days. By the end of the week, temperatures in Central Texas could be approaching the upper 80s and lower 90s.
KTXS, Anthony Domol, March 30, 2015

Other Climate Impacts


Sleet, snow hit county; schools closed -- Granbury and Tolar counties closed school for Thursday due to the hazardous road conditions from the sleet and snow in Hood County.
Hood County News, Staff Writer, March 4, 2015

School closures affect East Texas Working Parents -- Icy roads not only affect schools and businesses, it also affects the parents of children. When schools are delayed, parents that have jobs are forced to make a tough decision since their child can’t go to school before the parent must be at work.
KLTV, Skylar Gallop, March 4, 2015

Weather delays and cancellations -- Due to the winter storm, many school districts and other locations have delayed or cancelled for the day. These include San Angelo Regional Airport, which canceled all American Airlines flights to Dallas and Angelo State University that canceled classes for the day.
The San Angelo Standard Times, Staff Writer, March 4, 2015

Flooding in Grimes County Delays School Tuesday -- The flooding rains caused schools in Grimes County to be delayed until 10 am due to the roads being flooded. Schools requested a special pickup location for students in certain locations since buses wouldn’t be able to pass down certain roads.
KBTX, Staff Writer, March 9, 2015


Two dead after SUV plunges into Fort Worth creek -- The SUV had three occupants at the time, and only one of them was able to escape the car to avoid drowning. Because this was deemed as an accident, the weather was believed to be the cause of this tragedy. There was ice on the overpass from weather, causing the car to slip off the overpass and into the creek.
WFAA, Jenny Doren and David Goins, March 1, 2015

Weather causes three car crash on SPID -- The road was wet, causing one driver to slip into a concrete wall. The aware driver behind him was able to slow down to avoid hitting the first driver, then the next driver ran into the aware driver.
KIII, Staff Writer, March 1, 2015

Winter Weather Leaves Mess of Potholes on North Texas Roads -- The latest wave of the wintry precipitation has caused some damage to roads, and the trucks used for removal of ice and snow also damaged roads, causing more potholes to be present in areas of I-35.
NBC DFW, Brian Scott, March 2, 2015

Flights Canceled, Some Schools Close Amid Texas Winter Storm -- The winter storm that dumped several inches of snow, made road conditions unbearable, and canceled flights gave Dallas area students a day off. Schools in Dallas, Fort Worth, Abilene, and Denton canceled classes for the day due to the wintry conditions.
CBS DFW, Staff Writer, March 5, 2015

Weather Blamed for 18-Wheeler Accident -- Wet roads are to blame for a crash involving an 18-wheeler. The driver reportedly lost control of his truck and struck a barrier, which caused oil to be leaked onto Highway 77.
KIII, Staff Writer, March 8, 2015

TxDOT closes several area roadways due to flooding -- The recent heavy rain caused numerous roadways to be closed down due to high water. The closed roadways include FM 1119 in Leon County and FM 908 in Milam County.
KBTX, Staff Writer, March 9, 2015

Repair Crews working to fill North Texas potholes -- With numerous occasions of ice on the roadways, potholes have begun to develop. This is forcing road crews to hurry and try to fill them. Potholes usually occur when ice gets in the surface of the roads and causes the concrete to expand and further crack.
NBC DFW, Todd Davis, March 10, 2015

Oklahoma Man dies following weather-related crash in Central Texas -- A man from Oklahoma was killed in a car accident after he lost control of his car on wet roads in Grimes County. Officials say that his car hydroplaned, spun off the highway, and struck a tree.
KXXV, Estephany Escobar, March 21, 2015

Wet winter slows down North Texas road projects -- An unusually wet winter caused a big delay in some road projects in North Texas. Interstate 35W was originally supposed to be reopened last month but it has since been delayed until June because of the numerous winter weather storms that passed through North Texas.
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Gordon Dickson, March 27, 2015


2015 Texas Tech Baseball Schedules Sees Changes Due to Winter Weather -- Due to winter weather, the Texas Tech vs. Sacramento State baseball game was cancelled and the game is not expected to be rescheduled.
The Fan Sports Radio, Justin Massoud, March 1, 2015

Journey and Steve Miller Band concert postponed due to weather -- The below freezing temperatures expected for the area was the cause for the postponing of the concert. It would have been too uncomfortable for fans to watch the concert outdoors in those conditions.
KXAN, Calily Bien, March 3, 2015

Waco attractions making up for slow start to spring break -- With spring break arriving, it was expected that many tourist attractions would be busy. Due to the rainfall in the early part of the week, attractions highly suffered. In the early part of the week, attendance at Cameron Park Zoo was at 300. By the end of the week when the sun came back out, attendance peaked at over 2,500.
Waco Tribune-Herald, J.B. Smith, March 13, 2015

Rain dampens spring break for some in Galveston -- Spring break plans had to be altered for many due to the wet conditions on Galveston Island. Some say that they went to Moody Gardens instead of going to the island in order to stay out of the rainy conditions. This affected businesses on the island that thrive on many tourists making their way down.
The Houston Chronicle, Harvey Rice, March 17, 2015

Texas’ baseball game against K-State postponed due to weather -- The threat of heavy rainfall caused officials to postpone the baseball game between the University of Texas and Kansas State. There has been no word as to when the game will be rescheduled.
KXAN, Calily Bien, March 20, 2015

Severe weather cancellations and delays for this weekend -- The heavy rainfall threat has also caused the Zilker Botanical Garden’s Faire Trail by Starlight to be cancelled. Also affected was Corny Dog Day in San Marcos which is postponed for 2 days.
KXAN, Calily Bien, March 20, 2015

SXSW shows at Auditorium Shores canceled due to wet ground -- The rainy conditions caused some shows at SXSW in the Austin area to be cancelled. The Auditorium Shores show was cancelled due to standing water that was in the park, and also to “preserve the parkland.” There were also numerous delays earlier in the day.
KXAN, Dave Byknish, March 21, 2015

Wet weather disrupts weekend sports plans -- Seems like the rainy weather is canceling and delaying a lot of events around Texas. Softball and baseball games in Stephenville were no exception. The games for Stephenville High School and Tarleton State were all cancelled due to wet fields.
Stephenville Empire-Tribune;, Phil Riddle, March 21, 2015

Rain, field conditions cancel finale of NSU-SFA series -- More delays were caused by rainy weather in East Texas. The baseball game between Northwestern State and Stephen F. Austin was cancelled due to less than ideal field conditions and continuous rainfall.
Northwestern State University, Staff Writer, March 22, 2015

Wet weather fails to damper stock show -- Even though there was a lot of days with rainy conditions, that didn’t stop the Rio Grande Valley Livestock Show and Rodeo. Crowd attendance was incredibly high despite the constant rainfall. Officials from the show even stated that overflow parking had to be used every day.
The Herald, Kristian Hernandez, March 27, 2015

Bad Weather Affecting Home Builders -- The recent rainfall as well as eventful winter has caused a delay on the construction of new houses in Central Texas. The roofs of houses are reportedly the hardest part of homes to build with all of the less than ideal weather conditions. It is also difficult to pour foundation when the grounds are wet.
KWTX, Marlena Hamilton, March 25, 2015

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