- published: 27 May 2015
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this was how close the water was to flooding our house if it rained for another 20 minutes we would have been screwed ...but this was when the rain calmed down a bit, you see here how one car almost doomed his new Chrysler
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A picture from the scene shows a section of sidewalk between the road and grass that has collapsed.
Here's some footage of the flooding in my neighborhood.
Mayor Alan McGraw talks about what makes Round Rock, Texas a special place. He explains the history of the actual "Round Rock," its important role on the cattle-driving Chisholm Trail, plus the tale of famous outlaw Sam Bass (including the downtown Round Rock shoot-out many years ago between Bass' Gang, the Texas Rangers and local lawmen.) At the very end, the Mayor reveals his own favorite spot in the city. Thanks for watching - Game On! We're the Round Rock Convention and Visitor's Bureau (CVB.) For more about things to do and places to visit in our city, please come see us in person in our office on Main Street in our historic downtown, or online at: ** Our website: http://www.sportscapitaloftexas.com ** Our Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Sports-Capita...
Rain and wind from Harvey shot at our apartment building. The eye has stalled about 75 miles south, and it's been like this for several hours straight now with no end in sight. Forecasts are it will retreat south eventually, but head back up mid-week next week, resulting in more wind and rain
A slow ride from Austin,Texas to Round Rock just north of Austin in the infamous Austin evening rush hour (The end of a three to four hour trip from Port Lavaca, Texas). Truckers to this day STILL complain about it (and morning rush hour) but despite the by-pass toll way around the city the majority of them continue to take the downtown route and burn up more time and fuel in the almost "neverending" stop and go grind during the peak traffic hours. Though I haven't done the math, surely the cost going around would be a little less expensive than going THROUGH the city. I have to admit though. Austin DOES have a unique skyline which is still forming even today. It seems as if a new highrise is going up every year. ENJOY THE VIDEO AND PLEASE SUBSCRIBE. Thank you. Thanks to NOCOPYR...
View from offices at Parmer Lane and Anderson Mill Road looking east towards Round Rock. You can see the storm building around 10 seconds in and touch down at around 11 seconds in. The video is actually one frame every 15 seconds. Full video spans four hours. I happened to be taking a time lapse video hoping to catch a passing rain shower. I caught a bit more than that. It looks like the real action was happening behind the other building just out of view, sadly. I retain all rights to this video. NOT FOR BROADCAST WITHOUT PRIOR CONSENT.