HOUSTON — Most of the Greater Houston Area has dodged a bullet, so far, with Tropical Storm Imelda -- getting much-needed rain but not enough to cause serious flooding. 

For the rest, 24-hour rain totals, as of Wednesday morning, ranged from one extreme to another. 

So far, Imelda has dumped double-digit rainfall amounts on several areas, but other cities barely got a drop.

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24-hour rainfall totals 

Freeport:       16.8"

Alvin:               9.1"

Friendswood:  7.1"

League City:   6.4"

Pearland         6.3"

Angleton:        5.7"

Galveston:      5.3"

Dickinson       5"

Manvel:          5"

Missouri City: 4.7"

Baytown:        2.6"

Hou/Hobby:    5.3"

Sugar Land:    2"

Hou/Bush:      1.2"

Yards were still crunchy and plants were still thirsty in areas that got less than an inch of rain by Wednesday morning, including parts of Katy, Tomball, The Woodlands and Conroe.

More heavy rain is possible as Imelda continues moving north at 5 mph. 

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