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  • ptbodale
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    Hope your damage wasn't too severe.

    We had a major flood in Peterborough last year, 12 inches of rain in about 8 hours and the city is still trying to rebuild roads and infrastructure.

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  • ASpilot2be
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    Dang thats a crazy amount of rain, looks like last fall in Haines.

    It is actually beautiful in Juneau, simply amazing, first time in three weeks I have seen the sun

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  • Greg
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    Damn, it rained all week in Baltimore, but it was just a slight drizzle, nothing major.

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  • ExpressJet145
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    We got our pumps going now... we are re-flooding the street lmao. We calculated about 2000 gallons possibly 3000 gallons in of water in our basement. The streets were knee deep, and down the road, there a main 4 lane road. It was shut down because the creek that runs by our backyard raised about 10ft and was going OVER the bridge LOL.

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  • Messerschmitt Man
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    Holy crap!

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  • tommyalf
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    Looks almost as bad as my town. Thankfully my Oil burner was saved and I didn't sustain any damage to my house, but my neighbors had some serious damage to their downstairs from the flooding, it was a total loss for them.





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  • The aftermath of the storm in the North East

    Here are some pics I took. So far we've had 9 days of non stop rain, and now its just tappering off.


    Neighbors backyard - about waiste high


    My street -- wanna go shhhwimming?


    Also a foot of water in my basement
    Last edited by ExpressJet145; 2005-10-15, 22:48.
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