Despite the recent rain across the region, the Guadalupe River and a popular watering hole are in a sorry state. January usually sees 2 inches of rainfall in the San Antonio area. But it hasn’t even been close this year.
The region has received just 0.47 inches of rain so far in January, according to the National Weather Service. This follows San Antonio’s second- worst month for rainfall on record. On average, San Antonio gets about 33 inches of rain annually. Last year, the area only received 11.51 inches.
Read more from Elena Bruess with San Antonio Express-News here.