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Yes, many areas of Houston got hit by a relatively unknown substance that old-timers used to call "rain."
Storms knocked out power to about 80,000 homes, a small price to pay for some wet stuff in this scorching historic drought.
Oh, and Abe Lincoln dropped by to check things out, via lightning. Photographer Barry Sigman captured this sideways look at our own momentary Mount Rushmore.