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September 03, 1986

Thunderstorms drenched Texas with as much as six inches of rain, causing minor street flooding in low areas. Storms dumped four inches on western Brown County, four inches on Killeen and six inches on Burkett. Flooding of low-lying areas and streets was reported in Johnson, Comanche and Bosque counties. Dense morning fog covered northern Texas and visibility dropped to one-sixteenth of a mile at Wichita Falls.

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