AUSTIN — Central Texas welcomed a day of steady, sometimes heavy rain. But a meteorologist said it will take more than that to break a long and persistent drought that has parched the region and largely dried up its lakes.
The rain came from the combined remnants of hurricanes Manuel and Ingrid, both of which came ashore in Mexico. Starting Thursday evening, rain continued to fall over much of Texas throughout Friday before abating late Friday night and early Saturday.
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