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East Texas Shelters Open For Flood Victims
Flooding is a big concern throughout East Texas on this Wednesday thanks to the deluge of rain over the last 24 hours. Homes, businesses and lives have been interrupted with the onset of flooding in Rusk, Gregg, Panola and many other counties in East Texas. Temporary shelters have been opened up to provide relief for those affected along with a place to stay while the flood waters recede. Read Mor
Mandee's Make-Up
Overnight as much as 5 inches and more of rain fell upon the residents of East Texas. The commute into work this morning may be a tough one for many because a lot of roads - county roads and major roads - are under water this morning.
Heavy Rain + Strong Storms Expected In East Texas On Tuesday
A pretty strong low pressure system and cold front will be moving through East Texas early Tuesday that has the potential of producing a lot of rain that could lead to some flash flooding. Rainfall totals, according to Mark Scirto at KLTV 7, could average anywhere between 2 and 3.5 inches with some areas receiving more.
Rain is Coming
It's been 42 days since we've have measurable rainfall in Tyler and pretty much all of East Texas, but that's about to change.