Texas storm Har­vey breaks his­toric rain­fall record

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MI­AMI: fore­cast­ers Hur­ri­canebe­lieve is Har­veya new rain­fall­has set record­what for the con­ti­nen­tal United States, of­fi­cials said Tues­day.Har­vey, swirling for the past few days off Texas and Louisiana — at times as a hur­ri­cane and at times a trop­i­cal storm — has dumped 51.88 inches (132 cen­time­ters) of rain in Cedar Bayou, a salt wa­ter tional Weather­chan­nel Ser­viceon the Texas said.“This coast, read­ingthe Na-is higher than the pre­vi­ous record of 48 inches set dur­ing trop­i­cal cy­clone Amelia of 1978 at Me­d­ina, Texas,” it added. It was the sec­ond record re­ported in just one its own in­ter­ests, the in­ter­ests of Iran and the the Le­banese peo­ple.” day. The first was 49.32 inches mea­sured at a rain gauge south­east of Houston. NHC spokesman Den­nis Felt­gen said that record is be­ing treated pre­lim­i­nar­ily as one for the en­tire con­ti­nen­tal United States. He added that con­firm­ing the fig­ure “will take a lot of re­search,” as ex­perts re­view wa­ter gauges and past his­tor­i­cal records — a process likely to take sev­eral weeks. Har­vey made land­fall in Texas on Fri­day as a Cat­e­gory Four hur­ri­cane. It has since weak­ened to a trop­i­cal storm but is still un­leash­ing mas­sive amounts of rain over Texas and Louisiana. Source:arab­news.com Syr­ian regime, re­gard­less of the in­ter­ests of

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