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Aug 08 2022
President Biden and first lady Jill Biden arrived in Kentucky on Monday to meet with families and view damage from storms that have resulted in the worst flooding in Kentucky's history.
At least 37 people have died since last month's deluge, which dropped 8 to 10.5 inches of rain in only 48 hours. The National Weather Service said Sunday that flooding remains a threat, warning of moreCBS News (Online)
Aug 31 2017
Facility was flooded with six feet of water due to Tropical Storm Harvey.Wall Street Journal (News)
Aug 28 2017
"Catastrophic" flooding in the US state of Texas is only expected to worsen in coming days as waters rise following a storm of historic proportions.BBC News
Aug 21 2016
With 20 parishes declared federal disaster areas, at least 13 people dead and over 30,000 people rescued by emergency responders, flooding has overwhelmed the state of Louisiana. For many locals, the disaster has resurrected memories of hurricane Katrina’s ravages – along with feelings of neglect.Christian Science Monitor
Aug 29 2017
A major dam outside Houston has begun spilling over as Storm Harvey pushes the reservoir past capacity, Texas officials say.BBC News
Aug 15 2017
President Trump will sign an executive order on Tuesday to roll back standards that demanded the federal government account for climate change and sea-level rise when building new infrastructure, the White House confirmed.New York Times (News)
Oct 06 2015
South Carolina's governor is warning residents more flooding and evacuations are likely. At least a dozen have died during this week's historic rainstorm in the Carolinas.CBN
Jun 08 2015
Aerial footage of raging flash floods near Lake Powell was captured by a drone on Saturday.
David Rankin, who films flash floods and other weather phenomenon and posts it on Youtube, said in the video description that capturing this flash flood from the air comes "after two years of planning and waiting for the right moment."
KSL Meteorologist Dan Guthrie said this flash floodKSL
Oct 06 2015
The South Carolinians walked along the bridge over the Congaree River, hoods up against the pelting rain, their heads cast downward to marvel at the red-brown water churning violently below them.New York Times (News)