A low pressure area is spinning its way northwestward over the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. On its eastern flank, massive thunderstorms tower to heights of 40,000 feet or more, dumping rainfall at rates of greater than two inches per hour.
This storm may soon become tropical storm Bill, but even if it does not develop fully, it is making a beeline for the Texas coast, between Houston and Corpus Christi.
This couldn't come at a worse time, considering that Texas just had its wettest month of any month on record during May, as did Oklahoma, which will also be affected by this storm.
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