Houston flooding cancels events

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Sadly, hurricane season has yet to even show its ugly face but,  taking a look around Saturday, it definitely seemed like it was in full effect.

Some Houstonians are still recovering from flooding and rain.  It caused a few cancellations around town including the March of Dimes Walk for Babies.

The wet weather also held back IFest. No, it wasn’t canceled but the festival’s spokesperson said that because people in attendance Saturday didn’t really get the full experience- they’re welcome to attend Sunday’s event with their Saturday ticket. That’s pretty cool of them!

Yes, the weather messed everything up.  Check it out—here is some crazy viewer video sent in showing some hail.

The weather was crazy. The Houston Fire Department sure had a busy day.

Hurricane season starts June 1st and runs until November and is supposed to a big season this year.  I know we could always use the rain but this much?!

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