Listen: Gulf Coast, Joshua Vogel And Flood discussed on Kentuckiana's Saturday Morning News
"We were talking about that storm. That's the winter storm that's going to go to the south of us. That's all part of a big system that is moving along the Gulf Coast are bracing for up to ten inches of rain in some areas. Flash flash. Flood watches have been posted from San Antonio to the Florida panhandle senior Houston fire captain Joshua Vogel says that after three years of flooding the department's ready for high water rescues with their boats, and they're ready to deploy yet again to parts of the city. But folks need to get out now expecting flooding to begin along the west fork in a river tomorrow afternoon and flooding will peak sometime on Monday that is all part again of that system that is moving across the south and boarded we dodged a bullet with that one in if. Indications play out, right? Looking at the long-term temperature forecast. We could see a milder winter milder few weeks coming up leading up to the Christmas holiday. I wouldn't mind like some snow flurries on Christmas day. Yeah. Just to make it christmasy. Right. Right. Right. But I'm fine with a warmer than normal holiday season. Wise quiet former holiday season, absolutely Joe. Okay.."