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    Big storms around the Big D today causing delays...

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  • #2
    Big 'D' You mean 'biggish 'D' don't ya? Didn't San Antonio take over the #2 spot in the Lone Star state recently?

    -Aldo

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    • #3
      gotta love Texas's summer storms
      we were driving back from youth camp today (Friday) from Ruston, La, and as we were just about to hit either Waco or Temple, we got hit with some pretty nasty stuff, lightning everywhere and wind was pretty strong. we pulled under a bridge to decide what to do, so we advanced onward. not real fun with a couple of church vans pulling trailers with a couple of cars tagging behind. pretty nasty stuff.
      -ryan-

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      • #4
        Originally posted by UFOSPACE99
        Big 'D' You mean 'biggish 'D' don't ya? Didn't San Antonio take over the #2 spot in the Lone Star state recently?

        -Aldo
        Where'd you hear that? I wasn't aware of that statistic, but I really wouldn't be too surprised.
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        • #5
          Storm Slalom at DAL

          Don't you tell your pilots to lay off the booze when flying. All those crazy curved routings, geez :P .

          -Colin

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          • #6
            Originally posted by PT737SWA
            Originally posted by UFOSPACE99
            Big 'D' You mean 'biggish 'D' don't ya? Didn't San Antonio take over the #2 spot in the Lone Star state recently?

            -Aldo
            Where'd you hear that? I wasn't aware of that statistic, but I really wouldn't be too surprised.
            A friend in Houston sent me this.

            -Aldo

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            • #7
              speaking of storms, Houston has had over 44 inches of rain so far in 2004, the annual record is 72 inches set a couple years ago. If it continues like this, a new record will be set this year easily.
              He who expected nothin......aint gonna be deceived-JR

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              • #8
                Originally posted by cal99
                speaking of storms, Houston has had over 44 inches of rain so far in 2004, the annual record is 72 inches set a couple years ago. If it continues like this, a new record will be set this year easily.
                Especially if y'all get a tropical storm or hurricane.
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