After a slow moving upper level trough moved through the area bringing widespread rainfall and a swath of heavy rains, the rivers across Southeast Texas rose leading to minor to moderate flooding. With the exodus of the trough the skies cleared and a MODIS pass afforded us with an excellent view of of the region. Of note on Saturday were the sediment plumes from the elevated flow out the mouth of the Colorado, Brazos, Trinity, and Sabine rivers.
The second image depicts the changes on Sunday with area lakes highlighted.
Rainfall from the West Gulf River Forecast Center