Archive for April, 2013

Tennessee Hit by Serious Rainfall and Flood Threats

/ April 29th, 2013 / Comments Off

The mid part of the state of Tennessee was hit with heavy rainfalls over the weekend which resulted in many flood warnings being issued. In Dover, the Cumberland River was at flood stage while the Tennessee River in Stewart County breached its banks, sending water

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Red River Increasing to Above Major Flood State, Can Be a Hassle for Fargo Residents

/ April 26th, 2013 / Comments Off

Each year residents of North Dakota must face the probability of their home flooding due to the Red River. This year is looking much worse than the others, because the Red River is looking to increase past the major flood state. In years past, the

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NRN Services Prepares For Busy Week As Flood Warning Posted In Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa

/ April 18th, 2013 / Comments Off

The disaster response team from NRN Services is preparing for an extremely busy week helping property owners recover from the severe weather that has been plaguing much of the Midwest this April. The latest batch of weather has the potential to create flash flooding conditions,

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Spring Storm May Bring Heavy Rain and Severe Weather to Parts of US

/ April 17th, 2013 / Comments Off

It is the time of year when people in many part of the US are on the lookout for severe thunderstorms. The states of Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri and Arkansas are under a moderate to strong risk for some damaging weather today that could include

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More Snow and Storms on Tap for New Week Ahead

/ April 15th, 2013 / Comments Off

Many parts of the United States saw some extreme weather last week. Not only was record-breaking snowfall, but also scores of reports of severe weather including more than a dozen tornadoes that did some substantial damage and claimed the lives of 3 people. The coming

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Spring Comes to Screeching Halt as Winter Storm Plagues Plains and Midwest

/ April 10th, 2013 / Comments Off

Old Man Winter is just not letting go. Just as people in the Plains and Midwest were thinking winter was over, another blast of snow is in the forecast this week. Rounds of rain will start to fall over portions of the Midwest Wednesday including

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Thunderstorms, Hail and Possible Tornadoes Threatening South

/ April 3rd, 2013 / Comments Off

Right behind a line of severe thunderstorms stretching from Texas to Georgia that struck on Easter Sunday comes the threat of damaging thunderstorms to portions of the South this week. The bad weather has already struck Texas, igniting thunderstorms across the northern portion of the state

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