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Flooding

  1. street view
    ‘You’re Walking Backwards’: The $6 Billion Venice Floodgates May Not Be EnoughProposed decades ago, they were not built for the coming sea rise.
  2. hurricane sally
    Hurricane Sally: ‘Devastating’ Rain Expected in Alabama, Mississippi, FloridaWith this storm, the water is going to be the most dangerous impact. Already, Sally has dumped more than two feet of rain on Pensacola.
  3. North Carolina Is Still Underwater From Hurricane MatthewWhile his sister, Hurricane Nicole, slams Bermuda as a powerful category 3 storm.
  4. When Will New York City Sink?A city in climate-change denial.
  5. talking about the weather
    At Least 4 Die, Thousands of Homes Damaged in Record Southern FloodingPresident Obama declared a “major disaster” in Louisiana.
  6. weather report
    Mississippi River Reaches Historic Heights“We have never seen water this high.”
  7. Hundreds Dead in India As Record Flooding ContinuesRescue efforts are still under way, as more rain is predicted.
  8. disasters
    Dams Fail Across South Carolina As Floodwaters Kill 19The state is still grappling with the fallout from the historic rainfall. 
  9. natural disasters
    South Carolina Floods Kill at Least 9“This flood disaster has been like nothing South Carolina has ever seen.”
  10. extreme weather
    Historic Rainfall Has Flooded the Southeast [Updated]A 1-in-1,000-year rainstorm has led to massive flash floods, and President Obama has declared a state of emergency in South Carolina.
  11. talking about the weather
    Long Island Flooded Last Night, Leaving Cars FloatingA month’s worth of rain in an hour.
  12. talking about the weather
    New York and the Entire East Coast Is Soggy, Flooded, and Kind of SadIt was the 10th rainiest day ever in New York City yesterday.
  13. scary things
    Rescuers Evacuate Colorado Residents Following Record Rainfall and FloodingThere’s even more rainfall expected this weekend.
  14. manhattan mini storage
    New Yorkers Suddenly Remember What Exactly They Had in Those Storage LockersNow that Hurricane Sandy flooded them. 
  15. water war
    Brooklyn Is Under WaterLike, literally.