Recent heavy rains in Central Texas have caused an increase of water entering the Nueces River near the Asherton and Cotulla areas. https://kristv.com/news/2018/10/19/city-monitoring-levels-as-water-from-central-texas-rains-move-toward-lake-corpus-christi/

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