Saturday, October 30, 2010

Deluge in Port Augusta



Tonight I was taking the girls to mass and Brigette recorded this on the way. Water was all over the road. I haven't ever seen it so flooded here.

6 comments:

Dawn said...

Be careful!

Out Back said...

WOW Therese, no wonder we couldn't get to KFC to get Jack some tea lol.

It certainly was a lot of rain, I was relieved when it eased off. We have had 3 inches today in that downpour. And 1 1/2 inches yesterday. The soil is certainly sodden...

Thanks for the video,

Tania

bwya said...

my goodness! I agree with Dawn ~ be careful out in that! Most of us (here in Texas) simply do not drive when it gets like that. Scary stuff!

Seeing the KFC cracked me up. Of all the things "we" could send to you... that would not be my first choice! :P

Nancy said...

Wow! I guess there is do drought in your area! Be safe, my friend.

Maria said...

So scary! Be careful!!! (of course you will be, just had to say it anyway :-)

Kym-Anne said...

Oh my goodness!!!

We haven't had a drop over here. The SES has given us warnings of big storms but hopefully they will miss us.

The last time we had rain like that we had a metre wide hole in the roof!

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