Showers and storms brought needed rainfall to much of the Big Country for the second consecutive day Monday.
A frontal boundary brought rain to much of the area Sunday night and sparked up even more storms on Monday afternoon.
We didn't see much in the way of severe weather, but San Angelo did have some storm damage reports from Monday evening.
Large limbs were reported down at the airport there thanks to wind gusts over 60 mph.
Two hangars were damaged with their doors town off and thrown 30 feet near near San Angelo as well.
Here are some rainfall totals from Monday alone:
Coleman .64 inches
Colorado City .21 inches; Westbrook .16 inches
Comanche .68 inches
Stamford .60 inches
Dyess .70 inches; Southwest of Abilene .60 inches; Abilene Regional Trace amounts
In Abilene, rainfall ranged Monday from a trace at fire stations at 1482 S. Danville St. and 4317 N. 10th St. to .46 of an inch at Station No. 5 at 1250 EN 16th St,, the city reported.
Brownwood, Eastland, Sterling City and Snyder all saw small amounts of rainfall under a tenth of an inch.