Tropical Storm Bill moved slowly over inland Texas on Tuesday, bringing another round of heavy rain to a state weary from recent deadly floods, evacuations and washed-out roads.
Historic amounts of rainfall had engorged the San Gabriel River in Central Texas when a kayaker glided over a low-lying dam and got caught in the churning water for several desperate minutes.
The water is still high and the rain is not done yet. But the fish are biting. Their patterns are a bit off and the Captains get the guides they trust to help you locate them.
The pros are catching fish in the “goofiest ways” and share those ways with you this morning. Fresh water is taking over the Bay and lakes are way over pool. But there’s still fish to catch and Captain Mickey finds out how from the pros.
There are still closures for schools around the Houston area due to heavy storms and flooding. Here are the closures and delays for Wednesday May 27th. – Cleveland ISD is on a two-hour delay. – […]
By Sarah Pepper I honestly haven’t seen flooding like this since Hurricane Ike. The roads are bad and the rain is still falling! I live in a first floor apartment and the water came in […]
One person was killed in flash flooding unleashed on North Texas by a series of severe thunderstorms.
Heavy rain in West Texas is causing flooding in several counties where authorities are urging drivers to stay off the roads.
President Barack Obama has ordered federal aid to help state and local recovery efforts in areas of Central Texas hit with severe storms and flooding in late October.
Isaac barely had hurricane-strength winds when it blew ashore southwest of New Orleans a year ago, but its effects are still apparent in coastal areas where it flooded thousands of homes.