In Texas, the Dumaresq River peaked at 9.21 metres on 12 January, and was above major flood level (8m) from January 12 to 13.

Town and houses began to be affected at 6.7 metres. There were large crop losses and stock losses.

In excess of 400mm of rainfall was recorded in the upper reaches of the Macintyre River catchment during December 2010 and January 2011.  The vast majority of this rainfall fell between January 9 and 13.

River height records for Texas commenced in 1890 with 14 major flood peaks since that time, with 1893 and 1921 both recording two major flood peaks. The last major flood recorded at Texas was the record flood in February 1976 of 10.80 metres.

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Location map - 2011 Texas Flood (Red dots - flood inundated towns…

December-January Rainfall - 2011 Texas Flood

Flood Rainfall - 2011 Texas Flood

Flood Height Graph - 2011 Texas Flood

Annual Flood Peaks - Texas