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Hail pretty well stripped the trees, ruined gardens and caused other damage out northeast of Rocksprings last Thursday.

Photo by Hillary Shanklin

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Poor Melody encountered a rattlesnake this past week here in Rocksprings. She is the pet of the Blake Satterfield family.

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2019-2020 Rocksprings Junior High Cheerleaders attending cheer camp this week are Aubrey Garcia, Rachel Gavlik, Gracie Greene, Ciara Infante, D’Ana Infante, Scotlyn McDonald, Breanna Satterfield and Kallee Sifuentes. 2019-2020 Rocksprings High School Cheerleaders are Ruby Barrera, Kiyarrah Burgess, Zoe Burleson, Mia Franco, Suzie Rangel, Andrea Ruiz, Amandah Viera, Ava Worrell and Rebecca Ruiz – “ROCKO”.

Oh Hail! And be aware of bears and snakes, too!

Bears, hail, snakes and rain were the main topics around Edwards County this week. As of deadline time Tuesday, heavy rains were occurring over the area causing flood and high water warnings. Due to the area being already saturated with past rains, this moisture could only head to the ditches.

The reason for all the rainfall we are receiving is a tropical low pressure in the Gulf of Mexico. Regardless of development, tropical moisture is expected for portions of South Central Texas through Wednesday night, bringing an increased chance for showers and thunderstorms.

1-3 inches of rainfall are forecast through Tuesday night across the western counties.  Isolated higher amounts are possible.

Given the weak and disorganized nature of the system, this is a lower confidence rain forecast and was likely to change depending on the eventual track of the potential system.

Last week, areas had experienced high winds and hail causing extensive damage to foliage, vehicles, houses, etc.



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