San Antonio's record rainfall
SAN ANTONIO - A new record was set Wednesday for San Antonio with 3.27” of rain. This beats the old record of .98” set back in 1898. Normal rainfall for today is .07”
The Aquifer went up 1 foot from Tuesday and it will likely continue to slowly rise as the runoffs from all the streams and creeks makes its way to the Recharge Zone. The aquifer is at 662.1'. Once we dip below 660' Stage 1 water restrictions will begin, letting us use sprinkler systems only once a week.
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