The storms early Thursday morning really packed a punch to the area. Rain totals ranged through the county from less than one inch near Plantersville to just over three inches in the far northern portions of Grimes County.
Beyond the rain, some significant wind damage came with these storms too.
There were reports this morning of downed and uprooted trees on State Highway 30 near Richards. It was also reported that Richards lost electricity in town for a period of time as well.
In Washington County, radar estimated gusts of near 90 miles per hour last night before the line moved into west Brenham.
To our north, straight line winds did significant damage in Madison County, as part of Highway 39 near Normangee had to be blocked off due to debris.
The worst stayed to the further north in Leon County, mainly between Centerville and Buffalo, and a mobile home was reported to have rolled over in the county. So far, no injuries have been reported. All damage according to the Leon County emergency management Facebook page appears to be from straight line winds and not a tornado.