Topic: WFAA'a Pete Delkus
The water's ankle deep in my garden.
The rain's been coming hard since mid-morning; we're currently under a flash flood warning until 2:15 this afternoon; and the rain is anticipated to continue throughout the rest of the day and into the night.
They're saying that two inches have already fallen in the area. The rain gauge situated on my garden fence shows three inches have fallen here. As much as three additional inches are expected by the day's end.
I'm so glad I prepped the garden over the weekend. These deep rains really worked wonders in my beds last year. Fingers crossed.
Not everyone's happy about the rain.
I'm sure if you're one of the many people whose flight has been cancelled at or diverted from DFW airport, you are probably less than excited about what this means for my garden.
I'm home with a cold today, so I've been afforded the opportunity to watch a little local weather.
Buckets of rain are falling from the sky.
Roads are flooding out...
Animals are lining up two-by-two...
And Pete Delkus is working hard. Once again, he's come into the office early during a weather event since his not-ready-for-prime-time-weather-man Steve McCauley can't handle the wet.
You can tell Pete's working hard because he's not wearing a jacket!
I'm off to take a nap.