Archive for October, 2013

Central Texas Hit Again With Heavy Flooding

/ October 31st, 2013 / Comments Off

Residents in the central part of Texas have been dealing with intense flooding since Wednesday night. The city is of Austin has been greatly affected, with over 14 inches already; but it luckily has let up greatly. Light showers may still be possible throughout the

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14 Inches Of Rain Causes Flash Flooding Disaster In Central Texas

/ October 14th, 2013 / Comments Off

A foot of rainfall caused widespread flooding across the central portion of Texas over the weekend. The heavy rainfall totaled 12.1 inches in the Barton Springs subdivision north of Austin and downtown Austin itself got 10.6 inches of rain. The National Weather Service reported Sunday

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Stormy Weather on Tap for Plains and Midwest for End of Week

/ October 3rd, 2013 / Comments Off

People living in the Plains states and Upper Midwest are being told that the weather won’t be very accommodating for any outdoor weekend activities people may be planning. The National Weather Service is warning that a large storm system is moving into that part of

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