Wednesday, June 11, 2008

links to Iowa City flooding pictures

http://www.kcrg.com/younews/19733534.html?img=2&mg=t



www.press-citizen.com/apps/pbcs.dll/frontpage



www.gazetteonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080609/NEWS/343031705/ -1/rss01&rssfeed=rss01

7 comments:

Jess and Jen said...

I think the saddest pictures are the ones of people carrying furniture out of their flooded homes.

Jen

Mike and Adrianne said...

Wow! That is a freakin' ton of water. I think Tulsa is flooded too but not like you guys!

Jess and Jen said...

What is the name of the river feeding the Coralville Reservoir? I can't seem to find it on Google Maps.

It looked like a line of thunderstorms was coming your way last night when I watched the news. Hope this didn't "break the bank" so to say. -Jess

Jason said...

It is the Iowa River. We are actually quite lucky here in Iowa City. The Cedar River that runs through Waterloo, Cedar Falls, and Cedar Rapids is flooding much worse. There have been evacuations in all three cities as levees have given way and businesses have been flooded out. So far no one has lost their life though.

We did get a thunderstorm this morning that is petering out as I write but more is expected this afternoon. We are forecast to receive around 3 inches of rain today. Still, we are fortunate compared to so many people in WI and IN that have lost their homes and businesses. I hope the rest of you stay dry.

Papa Doc and the Duke said...

This is such a tragedy for so many people. I found myself wondering what I would pack up in a hurry - what things mean enough to me to save if I had to evacuate. I'm glad you are safe.
Yesterday we had a storm system move through. It was very cold. We didn't receive any rain in Utah County, but they did get rain up north and there was snow at Parley's Canyon. Cokeville area got about 2" of snow. The weatherman said that as the system heads east, directed across Iowa and other upper Midwest states to expect 6-9" of rain over the next few days. While it was a relatively dry storm for us, combined with the Gulf stream, it may dump on you again.
Stay safe.
Mom

Dewey and Susan said...

Hi,
This is Dewey Jones in Marquette, MI. My nephew Bumper had a link on his blogsite to Brent and Chelsey and from there, I went to this Motley site.

Good to catch up with you on the Web. Our site is deweyandsusan.blogspot.com and you can link from there to most of the family,especially check out Angela's newborn. email address is dsa3jones@chartermi.net. Susan plans to go to Utah in September for Preston's baptism.

Lance can tell Nance, "See, those Yoopers really are that way!"

Be of good cheer,

Dewey and Susan

Papa Doc and the Duke said...

Hey - Dewey & Susan!! Welcome. I'm so glad you found us. Let us know more about when you are coming out and maybe we can find you and get together. Hope all is well. We'll check out your blog, too.
Chris