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Beta Continues Moving Toward the Texas Coast; Teddy Brings Rip Currents & Swells to the East Coast

Beta continues to track slowly towards the western Gulf coast. Storm surge, tropical storm force winds, and a long duration heavy rainfall event with associated flooding are expected over parts of Texas and Louisiana. Meanwhile, Hurricane Teddy will remain over the Atlantic but still bring swells, rough surf, rip currents and coastal flooding to portions of the East Coast and Puerto Rico. Read More >

Overview

On the evening of June 9, 1972, heavy thunderstorms caused devastating flash flooding throughout Rapid City and the eastern foothills of the Black Hills—destroying homes, vehicles, businesses, and bridges, and claiming 238 lives. Here is information about flood safety.

Flood damage on East Blvd. at Omaha St. in Rapid City, June 10, 1972 (photo courtesy of the Rapid City Journal)
Flood damage on East Blvd. at Omaha St. in Rapid City, June 10, 1972 (photo courtesy of the Rapid City Journal)
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