Record Breaking Rainfall in San Angelo Sunday


SAN ANGELO, TX – The heavy rainfall in San Angelo on Sunday set a record while flooding streets across the city.  

According to the National Weather Service office in San Angelo, the city broke the daily rainfall record for Sunday the 11th of July. The old record was 1.51 inches set back in 1937. The 1.92 inches that fell at the airport set the new record.

San Angelo now is at 13.10 inches for the year, or 2.21 inches above normal.

There is a slight chance for more rain Monday afternoon. 

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