Brazos River not expected to flood after heavy rainfall

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Travis Herzog brings you his 'State of the Brazos River' address after a week of heavy rainfall (KTRK)

Nearly a foot of rain fell this week over the Brazos River watershed near Waco, raising concerns downstream that we could see a repeat of last year's record-setting Brazos River flood.

Meteorologist Travis Herzog shows you how much the river is predicted to rise and helps ease fears over any major flooding.

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