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Todd Snyder
Flood Kings Water Damage Restoration Company of Dallas/Fort Worth
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Great Bend, Kansas, US
by Steven Maguire

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Location: Great Bend, Kansas, US

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possible #flooding  
At 4 AM CDT Tropical Storm Bill was located 55 miles southeast of Port O'Connor, Texas. The storm is moving northwest at 13 MPH. Simple math indicates we should have landfall between 7 AM and 10 AM this morning. Minor tidal surge has been noted along the coast which may cause minor coastal flooding. Gusty winds will be possible on the northeast side of the system as it makes landfall and moves inland through early afternoon. The tropical storm wind threat and the coastal flooding threat are expected to remain on the limited side of the impact spectrum.

The latest rain total forecast through Friday Morning depicts a dangerous situation for parts of Southeast Texas, Central Texas, and North Texas. Compared to yesterday we have seen a ~50 mile shift west in the projected track of Bill. The result is that the heaviest rains are now forecast to fall literally on Interstate 35 from Austin north into Oklahoma including the D/FW Metroplex. Widespread rain totals of 4 to 8 inches are likely with isolated totals up to 1 foot in some locations. That kind of rain in only a day or two will result in the threat for dangerous and widespread flash flooding. Rapid rises on local streams and creeks will be probable in the hardest hit areas. Rivers will quickly rise back into flood stage and some local lakes will once again be dealing with ridiculously high to record high levels. The lake and river flooding will persist well into next week even after the rains have stopped. As always I want to stress that not everyone will see the very heavy rains, not everyone will see flooding, not everyone will see the significant flooding. However I do believe we will have some locations hard hit by this system. Bill will be remembered for the flooding it produces - no question about it. Don't be afraid about it or get yourself into a panic. Stay up to date with your local weather conditions and if a flash flood warning is issued move to higher ground if needed. Listen to local emergency management announcements and follow their directions.

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