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Houston - 27 December 2018
++EARLY MORNING SHOTS++
1. Various of heavy rainfall near bridge, cars driving on road
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Austin, Texas - 27 December 2018
++EARLY MORNING SHOTS++
2. Various of emergency crews rescuing woman from rising floodwaters
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Julie Butler, Rescued from rising floodwaters:
"There was a little tiny tree in the midst of all of that stuff and I thought, if that car shifts one bit, I am going to like, wee! over to that tree and grab ahold of it. So I kind of already had a plan if I was going to completely go under."
4. Various of emergency crews rescuing woman from rising floodwaters
5. Wide of emergency vehicles on scene
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Colby, Kansas - 27 December 2018
6. Various of snow storm in Kansas
7. Wide of man shoveling snow in parking lot
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Severe weather is barreling down across the South and Midwest regions of the U.S.
Texas faced thunderstorms across the state. Houston faced heavy rain, as tornado watches were issued around Austin and gusty winds were likely around Dallas.
A woman was rescued from her vehicle in the early morning hours on Thursday in Austin from rising floodwaters.
Severe weather also canceled a college football game in Dallas. The SERVPRO First Responder Bowl between Boise State and Boston College is believed to be the first bowl game called off because of weather.
In the upper midwest, forecasters posted a blizzard warning for parts of the Dakotas and Minnesota as a major winter storm delivered heavy snow and gusty winds to the region Thursday.
The powerful storm is making travel difficult with motorists on the move during this holiday week. The National Weather Service issued blizzard warnings for central South Dakota, eastern North Dakota and western Minnesota. The storm was expected to drop more than a foot of snow in the region before ending Friday.
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