Houston Has a Rainy, Flooded 4th of July

Houston Has a Rainy, Flooded 4th of July

Heavy rain began in the morning hours of Independence Day and is expected to continue in to the late evening. Several road closures occurred as a result of flash flooding in the Houston area. Many bayous swelled to contain the prolonged rainfall. The Freedom Over Texas celebration concerts were cancelled, but fireworks are still a go. (Photos by Doogie Roux)


Heavy rain began in the morning hours of Independence Day and is expected to continue in to the late evening. Several road closures occurred as a result of flash flooding in the Houston area. Many bayous swelled to contain the prolonged rainfall. The Freedom Over Texas celebration concerts were cancelled, but fireworks are still a go. (Photos by Doogie Roux)
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