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How much rain has Central Texas received so far?

Parts of Central Texas have now tallied over an inch-and-a-half of rainfall, and more is on the way.
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AUSTIN, Texas — After 51 days with no measurable rain at Camp Mabry, the streak has been broken!

A weak front arrived in Central Texas on Thursday and sparked widespread showers and even a few strong storms across the region. Additional rain has already added to those totals Friday morning

RELATED: RADAR: More scattered showers and storms Friday; heavy rain potential for next week

Here is a quick look at some of the rainfall accumulations across the area including the rain from Thursday afternoon through Friday morning:

  • Camp Mabry 0.97 inch (0.66 inch Thursday and 0.31 inch Friday)
  • Austin Bergstrom International Airport 0.10 inch (Thursday)

LCRA Hydromet 24-Hour Totals

*24 hour totals ending 10 a.m. Friday*

  • LCRA Redbud Center - 1.80 inches
  • Waller Creek at Hemphill Park - 1.60 inches 
  • Colorado River at Smithville - 1.53 inches 
  • 3 miles NNE Willow City - 1.49 inches 
  • Dick Nichols Dam - 1.48 inches 
  • Barton Creek at Loop 360 - 1.34 inches 
  • 3 miles SSE of Thorndale - 1.30 inches 
  • 10 miles NNE Willow City - 1.24 inches 
  • 3 miles SW of Florence - 1.16 inches 

While not all areas were included in the rainfall report, LCRA rain gauge totals can be found below:

Credit: KVUE
Credit: KVUE
Credit: KVUE

If your neighborhood missed out on rain, don't lose hope! Scattered rain chances are in the forecast for Friday and isolated rain chances linger for the weekend. 

As we head into next week, we'll be tracking an area of tropical moisture, which could help bring elevated rain chances through the first half of the workweek.

Here is a look at your extended forecast:

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