Extreme flooding kills at least a woman in Dallas after entire Summer’s worth of rain falls in one night (videos and pictures)


Flooding and heavy rains hit the Dallas, Texas area on Monday, leaving at least one person dead after their vehicle was swept away by rising water, authorities said. The body of a 60-year-old woman, who has not been identified, was recovered from her car after floodwaters receded Monday afternoon in an area of east Dallas.

Dallas floods on August 21-22 2022
Dallas floods on August 21-22 2022

Thunderstorms hit the Dallas-Fort Worth area Sunday night into Monday and dropped massive amounts of rain in the span of 18 hours, inundating streets, flooding homes and forcing some drivers to abandon their vehicles in high water.

Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins has declared a state of disaster in the region based on preliminary damage assessments, allowing the area to use available state resources to respond. Jenkins has also requested federal assistance.

Gov. Greg Abbott also directed the Texas Division of Emergency Management to increase the readiness level of the state’s emergency operations center to support communities impacted by the flooding.

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The rainfall in some areas qualifies as a 1-in-1,000-year flood, which means that in any given year it has a 0.1% chance of happening.

Such events are becoming more frequent as the effects of geoengineering and weather manipulation worsen.

The east side of Dallas received 13 to 15 inches of rainfall over the past 24 hours, according to a reading from Dallas Water Utilities. Most of the Dallas-Fort Worth area recorded 6 to 10 inches of rainfall.

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The flash floods, which in some cases are considered life-threatening, have prompted rescue efforts. The Dallas Fire Department alone has responded to hundreds of car crashes and other water-related emergencies since 6 p.m. on Sunday. Dallas emergency management officials are reporting high water over many roadways and are advising residents in the area against travel.

The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch for North Texas through 8 p.m. Monday, and for Central Texas through 7 p.m. Flooding is beginning to recede in North Texas, and the heaviest rainfall is shifting into Central Texas. Meteorologists are forecasting additional rainfall of nearly 2 to 5 inches as the storm system moves.

Thunderstorms are expected to continue into the week. It’s a striking contrast from just a few days ago, when much of the state had gone weeks without precipitation. Much of the state has been in an extreme drought for months.

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WFAA reported that houses are taking on water in Balch Springs, a suburban city in the Dallas area where a grass fire destroyed nine homes just last month.

In Texas, rainfall intensity has increased by about 7% since 1960. And the risk of extreme precipitation events across the state is increasing even as the Western half of the state has generally seen a flat or declining trend in precipitation totals over the past century, according to a 2021 report by the state’s climatologist.

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Texas could experience 30% to 50% more events of extreme rain by 2036 compared to 1950-1999, the report found.

Scientists have also found that significant flooding and extreme rain events are more frequently following droughts than they have in the past, according to the Fourth National Climate Assessment. Both the frequency and intensity of heavy precipitation are expected to continue increasing across the Southern Great Plains, which includes Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas. [Texas Tribune]

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  1. I hope the dear elves at Goldman Sachs have received their excessive cookie trays without disruption…causes hypoglycemia if they do not constantly ingest…

  2. HAARP just doing research. Has anyone ever done the math on the enormous amount of energy it would take to manipulate the weather worldwide, even if they had the technology to do it? Which they don’t. Nobody could generate that kind of power with current technology, alone. And blaming the Chemtrails will get harder as they seem to be halting that. In the last month I have only seen Chemtrails 3 or 4 times. Appears they’ve run out of money. And extreme weather getting worse????!!!! Geoengineering con falling apart.

  3. The wolrd will be in agony and more because the world will famine to death in years by 2025 .. Massive droughts and fires quakes and hurricanes will also contribute to mass depopulations.
    World is in floods…. USA , Canada, Latin , to Europe, Africa, Middle East , Asia and Russia, China..
    It is very funny at same time all those places are in massive droghts? HAARP

  4. Draught and deluge. More evidence of increasing earth wobble. Rivers in China drying up now. Government deploying cloud seeding aircraft. Hmmmmm. What happened to Geoengineering?? For cloud seeding to work, you have to have heavy moisture laded clouds. And only works in very small areas. So far it is not making any rain in China. Weather modification on a worldwide basis is a hoax. But it gives folks something to blame the extreme weather on, except for the truth.

  5. Ha,
    Just checked weather, and was going to report 15″ of rain in the Dallas and Fort Worth metroplex. That’s helpful over there. What about hurricanes? Where are the hurricanes? Something fishy is afoot. Happy for Texas except for the flooding part.

      • Alex,
        You should see my smoked meat collection. Lol. I got a good 50lbs. stocked up, maybe more. I stocked up on “soupie” too. That’s a good one. In the olden days, miners would pack it before going underground. Later slice it and make their meals.

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