When some residents of Wimberley woke up early Sunday morning to flooding inside their homes, the fear and surprise were palpable: The Texas Hill Country had been going through a record, multiyear drought.
But just three months earlier, local officials had voiced concerns about the rapidly growing region’s vulnerability to devastating flooding.
“The more we know, the safer we will be when flooding occurs,” Hays County Judge Bert Cobb said in a February news release after county commissioners voted to help pay for an ongoing study by the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority on flood risk for the area… Read the full article from the Texas Tribune