Wet Roads (flood rain Spring water ). Photo by ThunderBev
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Wet Roads

Uploaded by: ThunderBev

Monday May 28, 2012

Thunder Bay, Canada

Caption: Roads across the region were inundated following a pre-dawn storm that dropped 100 mm (4 in) of rain and left our city in a state of emergency.

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2. ThunderBev
1:48 PM GMT on May 29, 2012
Quoting canuckjune:
Wow Bev you sure didn't need that and I hope no one was hurt or anything severely damaged permanently.

Thanks, Arlene. Lots of wet basements and roads out and the pumps at the sewage treatment plant were damaged. In the East End people had 4 feet of water in their basements! That area has been flood-free for quite a while now as they created the McIntyre Floodway to keep the river where it should be. Sun is shining (for now) so hopefully people can dry out a bit before the next forecasted rain begins!
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1. canuckjune
1:26 PM GMT on May 29, 2012
Wow Bev you sure didn't need that and I hope no one was hurt or anything severely damaged permanently.
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I have lived in Northwestern Ontario all my life, and think I am very lucky! In addition to fresh air and changing seasons, there is the opportunity to attempt to catch the beautiful scenery on camera. I say 'attempt', because a picture is not worth a thousand words... the reality can take your breath away. I have always been a shutterbug, however owning a digital camera and discovering Wunderground has motivated me even more. Create your own visitor map!

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