The Lower Trinity Kickapoo Watershed (HUC 12030202) covers approximately 1,330 square miles in Texas, USA. The area is known for its highly variable hydrology, with frequent flooding and droughts. The watershed receives an average of 39 inches of rainfall per year, with peak runoff occurring in the spring and fall. The area is also prone to severe weather events such as hurricanes and tornadoes. The watershed contains several large reservoirs, including Lake Livingston and Lake Conroe, which provide drinking water and recreation opportunities for the surrounding communities. Snow is rare in this region, but occasional cold fronts can bring light snowfall. In recent years, there has been an increase in extreme weather events and shifts in precipitation patterns, which can impact water availability and quality in the watershed.