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TORRENCIAL RAINSTORM IN HOUSTON TEXAS (Raw Footage)

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Published on Apr 29, 2013

A Massive storm move in to Houston, Texas April 27th., 2013.
Called "April Showers" they just arrive in time to end a long drought in Harris County.
Our small child still remembers Hurricane IKE so when a strong storm hits he is not a happy camper. This storm came from central Texas where winds pick particles from the desert and brings what I called "Dirty Rain" usually with lots of static electricity and green skies. The water that comes from the Gulf of Mexico is much cleaner, and I call it "Clean Rain" when arrives into the West Houston/Katy area, 65 miles inland.
After living in Texas for over 25 years you can tell the difference from Clean to Dirty Rain.
This one was DIRTY HARRY! Nasty Storm. Grabbed my DSLR camera and got some shots...
This footage was shot with a Panasonic Lumix GH2 at a High Bit Rate (Highest quality) Uploaded at 1080P. This footage has no color correction is raw material.
April 2013.

Keywords:
storm, violent storm
rain, rainfall - water falling in drops
equinoctial storm, line storm - a violent rainstorm near the time of an equinox
thundershower - a short rainstorm accompanied by thunder and lightning
April Showers

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