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Sunday, March 19, 2006
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I just seen something really cool and I want to share it, so please click here. It has a great message.

Well I haven't got to shop yet. It has stormed like crazy. I should take pics for ya'll. You wouldn't belive it. Down below is a story I copied and pasted from a local news channel so you can read it for yourself. Also, don't forget Monday is the first day of Spring. Here is the story:



FLOOD HEADLINES -- SUNDAY EVENING
(DALLAS, March 19) -- Flood warnings blanket most of North Texas, as rainfall totalling up to 10 inches have fallen over the area.
Some of the headlines at this hour:
The Red Cross opened shelters in Grand Prairie and Wylie to help flood victims.
One woman drowned in Turtle Creek, north of downtown Dallas. Her body was found a half mile downstream from where she fell into the water. Another woman in the same car was rescued.
The Trinity River is at 36 feet, six feet above flood stage. The Trinity is expected to crest around 37 feet later tonight, but additional rains in the Dallas-area watershed could put that crest higher. At 38 feet, moderate flooding occurs below and above the Commerce Street bridge.
Track the Trinity at Dallas. Other locations.
Another round of storms is moving through the Dallas, Collin and Ellis counties now, bringing more heavy rains to already-flooded areas.
Still another cluster of thunderstorms is forming between San Angelo and Del Rio, and a Tornado Watch is in effect for southwest Texas. No severe weather has been reported in north Texas -- only heavy rains and small hail.
I-20 and Carrier Parkway in south Grand Prairie is under water.
Some of the worst flooding has occurred in central Dallas and near White Rock Lake. Turtle Creek has risen to the top of its banks. Many streets have flooded. Baylor Medical Center is fighting high waters.
There are numerous road closures. By late afternoon, at least 22 of Dallas' automated flood-control gates are closed.
I-35E northbound is very slow, with high water over the road north of downtown. Additional concerns for traffic will come when the NCAA basketball game ends at American Airlines Center.
The City of Dallas has activated its Emergency Operations Center.
Several homes have flooded in Arlington and Grand Prairie.
Rains over Joe Pool and Mountain Creek lakes have forced lake officials to open flood gates. This is causing flooding downstream in low-lying areas below the Mountain Creek dam.
In Arlington, Johnson Creek has flooded, which has spilled into Six Flags over Texas. SKY 4 video shows several roller coasters partially under water, in scenes reminiscent of the June 2004 floods.Flash floods cause more deaths than any other type of weather event. Here's what you need to do, and not do!
If you do not have to drive tonight, DON'T. Flood waters are hard to spot in daytime, almost impossible to see after dark.
Do not drive in high water, or if you can't see the ground. It only takes 18 inches of moving water to pick up a car, creating a possibly deadly situation.
Beware of country roads, particularly after dark.
Sonya said at 8:30 PM
Comments:
Nice message with the candles :)

Ok you can keep the bad weather. Please please don't be sending it over here lol. I hope that none of this affects you or Cezi too.
 
stay dry and don't get caught up in that mess...
 
the 1st year that I lived in Texas, it rained for 3 weeks straight.
 
That was a beautiful message!! Thanks for sharing it.
Sorry to hear about the bad weather. Becareful when you go out.
 
Thanks everyone! The weather is yuck!
 
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