My brother lives just outside of Houston. He has had 2 cars flooded out.My little town floods pretty bad. We had a freak rainstorm a few months ago where we got over 10 inches of rain in one night and there were several houses that needed work after that. Now everybody is freaking out about this storm. I'm not worried about it because we live on flat land outside of town, and our yard turns into a pond but in order for the water to get into our house the whole County would have to be under 12 inches of water.
Costco on I10 at Bunker Hill had long gas lines and out of bottled water at noon Thurs. Probably a zoo now. Our little neighborhood near I10 and 45 floods on occasion but our hooch has been OK so far. No generator but hopefully no long power outages. We filled the tubs to flush the toilets and have lots of drinking water put aside with camping stuff to cook on if need be. Expensive stuff off the first floor in case it floods. Rainfall estimates up to 30" but over several days so hopefully won't back up too much. City crews were in neighborhoods clearing drainage ditches..
Compared to Dallas' hysterical weather coverage, Houston's seems pretty straightforward. Light, intermittant rain is all so far, as predicted.
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