Rozana drenches Bryce July 4, 2007, on the dock at the lake
Strong Storm Drenches Seacoast
Raw Video: Fay Drenches Jacksonville Tropical Storm Fay hobbled across Florida for a fifth day Friday as the state's death toll rose to five, while residents began plodding through muddy water to assess the flood damage to their homes. (Aug. 22)
Snow Slams West, Rain Drenches Texas WeatherBug's Extreme Weather & National Forecast for Wednesday, December 16, 2009. Be sure to check out the latest weather news and your local conditions at
Thunderstorm drenches brave Sydney Sound Relief fans as "You're the Voice" replayed—2009-03-14 Thoroughly soaked attendees of the exposed standing-only field-area of the Sydney Cricket Ground leave the venue early for warmer and drier ground as thunder claps and lightning flashes all around, in the midst of which the noontime performance of Youre the voice by John Farnham and Coldplay is replayed on the big screen as the stage crew prepares for Icehouse.
!!TYPHOON DRENCHES PHILIPPINES!! 11/4/09 Typhoon Mirinae brings large waves and punishing rain to the eastern Philippines.
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Madrid's Worst Air Crash; Tropical Storm Fay Drenches; Independence Demand In Georgia Madrid's worst air crash in 25 years spurs US, Spanish probe; Tropical storm Fay drenches central Florida with rain; Independence demand in Georgia may deepen crisis
Rain drenches golf course An impromptu river makes its way through a golf course after storms slam California.
Heavy Rain Drenches Mississippi Heavy rain drenches downtown Jackson.
ASH KETCHUM AND THE DAY OF THE DRENCHES ash keeps getting hit by water and he gets all stressy as he s so whiny and stressy an he basically has a spasm over everything,including water splashes
HURRICANE ALEX DRENCHES MEXICO COAST Hurricane is going to hit Texas & Mexico July 2010 Be ready for the first hurricane of the season.Music & Video by Didier Manchione all rights reserved Moonfull publishing Socan Canada July 2010.
Tropical storm Fengshen drenches Central China Tropical storm Fengshen drenches Central China WATCH VIDEO Source: | 06-28-2008 09:54 Tropical storm Fengshen is hammering Central China with heavy rainfall, triggering mudslides and cutting transportation links and power supplies. This is what Fengshen did to the village of Datang in Hunan province. Heavy rain has caused mudslides and cut off road access and power supplies, forcing about 500 people to be evacuated from along the river. Li Zhiping, Official Datang Town, said, "We have sealed off damaged roads. No cars or people are allowed to pass. Local residents have also been evacuated from dangerous areas and staff are patrolling the river, reminding the public to stay away." The storm also triggered a landslide in neighboring Jiangxi province. Workers needed nearly 10 hours to repair this section of the railway. Liao Wenjun, railway staff Shangrao, Jiangxi Province, said, "We used nearly 100 wood piles and 1500 sandbags to fix the collapsed part. We've worked since yesterday evening and have had no rest at all. And now the threat has been removed. " Fengshen has destroyed houses and crops in its path. Heavy rain and flood alerts continue in its wake. In Guangdong, the tropical storm has killed nine people. And the total direct economic losses have been estimated at about 1.2 billion yuan. Forecasters say the wet weather will linger over the next two days in many parts of Southern China and warn the region needs more preparation for possible flooding.
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Rain Drenches Washington Area Heavy rain caused flooding in the Washington, DC-area on Thursday and sent many scrambling to stay dry. By CNS-TV's Matt Brody. Published March 10, 2011. Copyright University of Maryland Philip Merrill College of Journalism.
Baby drenches herself in Poland spring! Miss Kylie drenching herself in Poland Spring! LoL
Drenches @ St. Louis Noise Fest '07 Short clip of a live set at St. Louis Noise Fest on 10/19/07 at Lemp.
Tropical Storm Malou Drenches Tokyo, Japan Tokyo residents are getting some relief from an onoing heat wave, as a tropical storm hits the city and surrounding areas. Heavy rains have also flooded rivers and sewage systems. Tropical storm Malou dumped heavy rains in Tokyo and the surrounding areas on Wednesday. Some places received record rainfall of four inches an hour. Heavy rains swelled rivers, some which burst their banks and flooded residential areas and destroyed bridges. Two men believed to be living in shacks near a major river, were trapped and had to be rescued, as the rising waters surrounded them. In other areas, the rainfall overwhelmed the sewage system which also flooded streets. So far there have been no reports of injuries. The storm had been the ninth typhoon of the season in the northeastern Pacific but the first to hit land northwest of Tokyo. It also brought the capital its first rains in a month, helping alleviate what had been the longest and hottest heat wave in its history.
Typhoon Drenches China and Taiwan Typhoon Morakot passed through Taiwan, and battered China's east coast over the weekend. At least four million people have been affected and the Taiwanese Government is undertaking rescue efforts to save its people from the disaster. Typhoon Morakot continued to batter China's east coast on Monday, affecting at least four million people, state media reports said. Morakot landed on mainland China on Sunday, killing a child and destroying many homes. Half a million people from coastal Fujian Province were moved to safer parts ahead of the typhoon's arrival. Rescue and recovery work is still under way, as electricity in many parts of the coastal Zhejiang Province was cut off. Many flights across the region have been cancelled and at least one cargo ship was beached by the winds and waves. In Taiwan, Morakot continued to cause damage in the south, with swollen rivers washing over roads, bridges and villages. The typhoon, the worst to hit Taiwan this year, has killed 14 people, left 51 missing and injured 32, according to officials. Thousands are being evacuated as major highways are damaged, and more than 300 villages were subject to landslide warnings. Military helicopters were dispatched to offer search and rescue for trapped local residents in mountainous areas. [Rescued Woman]: I was afraid we wouldn't see each other again. We are safe now. Over 33000 people are still trapped, according to Taiwan officials, with some children separated from their mothers. [Chinese ...
Caprice Drenches A Little Child Me trying my best to act (supposed to be a funny act where I pretended I didnt know I was gonna get soaked) but accidently I drenched a little kid.... Never Mind Aye.
First storm of the season drenches state
Rainstorm drenches Vancouver KATU News viewer Sarah e-mailed in this video of the rain coming down hard in southeast Vancouver today.
Shamu Drenches the family
Torrential rain drenches Sydney Sydney residents can expect more heavy rain after the biggest downpour in years caused flooding and damage across the city and its surrounds.
Downpour drenches Bushwick A drenching downpour descended upon Bushwick around 1:30 pm on Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2010. I shot this clip from my bedroom window.
Typhoon Fanapi Drenches Taiwan On to Taiwan, where Typhoon Fanapi drenched the island over the weekend. The system is now dumping heavy rain in southern China. Typhoon Fanapi lashed Taiwan over the weekend, causing injuries and widespread flooding. More than 11 thousand people in mountainous areas and other dangerous territories were evacuated. Since Saturday, about eight inches of rain fell in most areas but about 40 inches of rain fell in Pingtung County. Floods in Kaohsiung inundated many buildings. Eastern and southern Taiwan, along with Kinmen Island, will suffer the ravages of the typhoon until Monday evening. Now its China's turn as strong winds and torrential rain started about 7am local time. China raised the storm alert to the second highest level, and 186 thousand people along the coast were evacuated, while 55 thousand boats were docked at harbor. The 11th and strongest typhoon to hit China this year brought winds reaching 85 miles per hour while about ten inches of rain were predicted to hit some areas. Typhoons regularly hit China, Taiwan, the Philippines and Japan in the second half of the year, gathering strength from the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean or South China Sea before weakening over land.
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Rain drenches China as Megi weakens to depression BEIJING -- Torrential rains drenched China's southeastern coast as once-powerful Typhoon Megi weakened to a tropical depression Sunday and more than 300000 evacuees waited to return to their battered homes. Megi has dumped up to 13 inches (33 centimeters) of rain on Chinese coastal villages after hitting the mainland Saturday. News reports described extensive damage to fishing boats and shellfish beds in Fujian province, where more heavy rain was falling Sunday. A super typhoon at its peak strength, Megi cut a swath of destruction through the Philippines and Taiwan in the past week. Landslides and flooding in Taiwan killed as many as 31 people, and at least 28 people died in the northern Philippines. An estimated 313700 people were evacuated in Fujian and authorities were deciding Sunday whether it was safe to return, said an employee of the provincial Flood Control Headquarters. "After checking the safety of houses, different areas can decide when to allow people to return," said the employee, who would give only her surname, Li. China's weather bureau downgraded Megi to a tropical storm on Saturday as its wind speeds slowed and later lowered its status to a depression. The government lifted a typhoon alert early Sunday. In the city of Zhangzhou in Fujian, officials estimated damage from the storm at 1.5 billion yuan ($220 million), the Guangzhou Daily newspaper said on its website. The Internet portal cited a resident near the port of Gulei as saying some 2000 ...
Torrential rain drenches south-east Qld South-east Queensland awash after record rainfalls overnight, with homes flooded, roads and more than 20 people rescued.
Heavy Rain Drenches Midtown Omaha Storms early Tuesday morning flooded streets near the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Heavy Rain Drenches Byram WAPT's Andrew Kinsey reports on the heavy rain and lightning in Byram.
Darian drenches Justin Darian drenches Justin in the public shower house on a camping trip in Ohio.
Hannah Drenches East Coast Tropical Storm Hannah is expected to dump between 5 to 10 inches of rain along portions of the East Coast. As Michelle Miller reports, a flash flood warning has now been issued.
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Dolly Drenches South Texas Hurricane Dolly dumped heavy rain on south Texas, causing widespread damage and flooding. Dolly has since been downgraded to a tropical storm. Dave Price reports from South Padre Island.
Rain drenches Queensland Heavy rain drenches many areas of Queensland causing flooding and dangerous road conditions.
Hurricane Tomas drenches Haiti Hurricane Tomas soaks Haiti's survivor's camps and swamps coastal towns.
Lloyd Drenches Brad's Beach - April 2, 2011 Another fine day on Brad's Beach, Boca Raton, FL April 2, 2011 Words, music and performance by Jeff Lloyd ()
Driver Drenches Bus Stop Kids Woman drives through puddle and soaks kids waiting at bus stop! xD
Heavy Rain Drenches Vicksburg Heavy rain falls in Vicksburg Wednesday afternoon.
Heavy Rainfall Drenches Ocala WESH 2 News reporter Dave McDaniel details the weather situation in Ocala for .