Report Title: Major and Catastrophic Storms and Floods in Texas     
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September 25 to 28, 1936
The most intense rain was 15 in. near Kaufman in the Trinity River Basin. Heavy rain of 6-15 in. fell on a relatively small area of the Brazos River watershed upstream of Waco. The greatest amount, 15 in., fell at Hillsboro in Hill County. Rain of 6-10 in. fell on a small area of the Colorado River Basin between Marble Falls and Burnet in Burnet County. The rain caused Hamilton Creek to rise higher than at any other time since 1884. read more...
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   15.00 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Hill Co., Hillsboro
References:   Dalrymple and others, 1937, p. 52-67


Richland Creek Watershed
May 11 to 15, 1953
The heaviest rainfall fell in southwestern Hill County near Hubbard, Malone, and Penelope. About 14 in. was recorded for the 5-day period in the vicinity of these towns, with about 70 percent of the rainfall May 11-12.
Deaths and Damage:   Unknown
Max. Precipitation:   14.00 in.
Severity:   Major Storm
Storm Center(s):   Hill Co., Hubbard
References:   Soil Conservation Service, 1953a

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