Scientists Predict Texas Will Be Fully Underwater By Mid-June

Motorists are  stranded along I-45 along North Main  in Houston after storms flooded the area, Tuesday, May 26, 2015. Overnight heavy rains caused flooding closing some portions of major highways in the Houston area. (Cody Duty/Houston Chronicle via AP)
Motorists are stranded along I-45 along North Main in Houston after storms flooded the area, Tuesday, May 26, 2015. Overnight heavy rains caused flooding closing some portions of major highways in the Houston area. (Cody Duty/Houston Chronicle via AP)

TEXAS – Since the recent major flooding in the city of Houston, scientists began studying the region of Texas and future rainfall in the area. The results are devastating. Scientists estimate that by mid-June, a few weeks from now, half of Texas, Louisiana, and small parts of North Mexico, will be under water.
Scientists revealed that the state of Texas and Louisiana will be under constant rainfall started around the time of June 9-11. “The rainfall will be continuous and plentiful”, says Arthur Garfield, a scientist at the University of Houston, “Every needs to evacuate soon, us (Houston), San Antonio, Dallas, New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and even Monterrey (Mexico). Waters will rise up to 25 feet above ground level, this is no joke”.

The city of Houston, as well as surrounding cities will begin full evacuation starting next Wednesday June 3. Experts say that the recent flooding in Houston is only a small bit of what is to come in the next few weeks. If you live in the cities of Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Shreveport, Laredo, Monterrey, or any surrounding areas and cities, spread the word and be prepared.

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