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TROPICAL STORM BILL

Tropical Storm Bill: Set To Make Landfall This Morning

Tropical Storm Bill is set to make landfall in southeast Texas as a mid-strength tropical storm and is expected to drop 6″+ of rain in several areas to the north and eastern side of the storm. As you know we have been talking about this threat here at weatheradvance.com for the past several days. Flooding will be a high likelihood, as most of the areas there are already highly saturated.

It will effect Texas through most of today and some of tomorrow. So you may be looking at several hours worth of some very heavy rainfall in Houston and in Dallas Texas.

Some power outages are possible as with the saturated ground you wont need much wind to topple over trees.

This system will bring scattered showers and thunderstorms to the Mid-Atlantic on Sunday, Some storms may drop some heavy rain and may be severe in nature.

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