Might be a good time for people to call and check on flood insurance. You just never know when it's gonna happen to you. Like all those folks in Nashville last year. For a couple hundred a year, you can get covered. Food for thought.
Saw some video on the news tonight, between the flooding and the tornados, looks like a rough day.
It's amazing what a tropical storm can do so far inland, or maybe not so far. One of the worst storms ever in Houston was Allison about 9 years ago, it made landfall without much fanfare, wandered around east and central Texas in a big circle, then about 4-5 days later came back to Houston, wham, 24-36" rain in places.
All we got here from the current storm was about 2" of much needed rain, no flooding.
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