Texas can breathe with relief: rainy days are finally over

Texas can breathe with relief: rainy days are finally over

But it’s not over yet as many of Texas inhabitants have to restore their previous life again. National weather forecast service released a sunny and dry weather for Texas…

But it’s not over yet as many of Texas inhabitants have to restore their previous life again.

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National weather forecast service released a sunny and dry weather for Texas after the flood catastrophe hit the region a few days ago forcing rivers to come out of their coasts and destroy people’s buildings.

Flooded road

Flooded road

Now people have a chance to access their homes to assess the losses and start cleaning the area. The record rainfall took lives of 25 people and even made Barack Obama to proclaim the disaster state in the region. Numerous homes were destroyed as well as different public objects, cars were swept off and many people appeared trapped in their vehicles and homes.

The weather should be fine for the first time in the month

– said the representative of the Weather forecast service, Rich Thompson.

The flood caused closing of nearly 20 roads in the busy areas in Dallas. The flood caused giant losses in Houston as it will cost nearly $15 million to clear the streets from garbage and other stuff, brought by the water. Also, another $25 million are to be spent on restoring valuable infrastructure objects and about $4 million will be spent to rebuild public places.

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