Archive for August 10th, 2017

Flash Flooding Swamps Parts of Houston; Homes Threatened, Roads Inundated

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Flash Flooding Swamps Parts of Houston; Homes Threatened, Roads Inundated

By Jon Erdman 2 days ago weather.com At a Glance Heavy rain pounded parts of the Houston metro area early Tuesday morning. Homes were threatened in western Harris County, where 4 to 7 inches of rain fell. Widespread flooding affected numerous streets and a few freeways Heavy rain triggered widespread flash flooding in parts of […]

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Franklin makes 2nd Mexico landfall as 85 mph Cat 1 hurricane

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Franklin makes 2nd Mexico landfall as 85 mph Cat 1 hurricane

As expected, Franklin became the Atlantic’s first hurricane of 2017 over the Bay of Campeche before making a second landfall in the state of Veracruz with maximum winds of 85 mph. #Franklin made landfall in the state of Veracruz in Mexico as a Cat. 1 hurricane – the 1st Veracruz hurricane landfall since Karl (2010). […]

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Month’s worth of rain falls on SE England within 36 hours, On this day in 2003 it hit 38.5C in Kent!

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Month’s worth of rain falls on SE England within 36 hours, On this day in 2003 it hit 38.5C in Kent!

For a second day in a row (wayhey!) it was a largely dry, bright and pleasant picture across Scotland and Northern Ireland beneath the influence of high pressure with Glasgow exceeding 20C. In stark contrast, low pressure over France brought a thoroughly¬†miserable Wednesday to southern and eastern England with an August’s worth of rain falling […]

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THU 10 AUG: VOGAN’S EURO OUTLOOK

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THU 10 AUG: VOGAN’S EURO OUTLOOK
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