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FLASH FLOOD WATCH until Midnight Monday May 2nd.
• locally heavy rainfall of two to four inches with a potential
for higher amounts up to 6 inches will be possible.
• The ground remains saturated across southeast Oklahoma... and
much of northeast Texas and southwest and south central Arkansas
along and either side of the Interstate 30 corridor. Recent
heavy rains from showers and thunderstorms that continued to
develop and spread over the region has kept the ground near
saturation. Any additional heavy rainfall will produce flash
flooding. This will affect roads... bridges... and low water
crossings... and will cause creeks... streams... and rivers to
rise rapidly and overflow their banks.
2.2 inches of rain in the past 24 hours since 8:45AM Sunday and it's still raining.
0.7 inches more rain by 8:30 PM May 2 and then it ended, bringing a total of 2.9 inches since Sunday.
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Orange is a soothing color, orange roses are less common and smell very nice! Torri was an orange rose too.
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