Heavy rain turns deadly in San Antonio

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The wet weather plaguing many parts of the U.S. this holiday weekend has turned fatal in sodden San Antonio.

Two people are dead and more than 100 were rescued Saturday after heavy rain pummeled the Texas city, causing flash flooding.

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Snow, rain and winds hit Northeast as deadly winter storm continues

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A winter storm that has caused destruction and holiday travel disruption across the central United States swept into the Northeast early Thursday, where it was expected to bring up to 2 feet of snow, drenching rain and possible flooding.

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Rains cause flooding in parts of England

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Severe flood warnings were issued as already sodden parts of southwest England were soaked by rain and battered by strong winds. Emergency services warned lives were at risk.

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Tropical Storm Isaac hits Dominican Republic coast

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A wave hits the coast during the passing of Tropical Storm Isaac in Enriquillo, Dominican Republic, Aug. 24, 2012. Isaac hit with heavy rains in the south of the Dominican Republic and Haiti, where rainfall accumulations between 100 and 200 millimeters are expected, with the risk of floods and landslides.

Frogs receive traditional Hindu wedding ceremony

The wedding of two frogs, arranged by farmers seeking rainfall, is performed in Nagpur on June 29, in order to please the Rain Gods and in the hope that their region would soon receive monsoon showers. People blew trumpets and sang songs, as the priest solemnized the marriage with the usual Hindu marriage rituals to the chanting of Hindu hymns and by putting streaks of vermilion on the female frog’s head. 

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Debby’s deluge: Fla. highway cut; 26 inches of rain in county

Florida’s major east-west interstate was cut off Tuesday by Tropical Storm Debby flooding, while one county had already seen 26.2 inches of rain — topping the official forecast calling for up to 25 inches in a few areas by the time Debby moves out Thursday.

Flash flood warnings were issued for parts of northern Florida and southern Georgia as Debby crawled eastward at just 3 mph.

"This thing is going nowhere fast," said TODAY show meteorologist Al Roker, noting that Debby had no steering currents to guide it. "There’s nothing really to kick this thing out."

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