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CICELY MITCHELL, CBS Houston
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HOUSTON (CBS Houston) After Saturday’s severe weather, many Houston and Houston-area residents began their clean-up efforts which are expected to last throughout the coming days.

Many residents reported that as the rain fell on Saturday, water rose quickly, seeping into garages and cars.

With the rising waters after Saturday’s storms, those waters carried debris and other items with it.

Many residents reported up to six inches of water in their homes.

With an official count of the number of homes and vehicles damaged Saturday night, many homeowners in the Chimney Rock – Belfort corner of Westbury reported personal belongings and ruined as a result of Saturday’s severe weather.

Early Sunday morning, March of Dimes Walk organizers cancelled the event due to dangerous conditions.

Clean-up efforts continue for many Houston and Houston-area residents and is expected to last for the better part of the week.

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