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WASHINGTON — The first warning sign was a house in Humble.

Between 1977 and 1995, the National Flood Insurance Program paid out $806,591 for repeated storm damage to a suburban Houston home that was valued at $114,480. If you think the math doesn’t add up, you’re not the only one.

The federal government’s program to protect coastal residents from nature’s devastation has coughed up more than $8 billion over the past 15 years for more Read the rest of this entry »

A storm system could bring additional precipitation as cities experience a second flood crest, according to the National Weather Service.

Mark Ewens, data manager at the Grand Forks office, said the computer models used to determine weather forecasts “have been in agreement the last several days” that a system is heading toward the region.

That storm most likely will get here sometime between April 16 and 18, which is when many Read the rest of this entry »

A storm system could bring additional precipitation as cities experience a second flood crest, according to the National Weather Service.

Mark Ewens, data manager at the Grand Forks office, said the computer models used to determine weather forecasts “have been in agreement the last several days” that a system is heading toward the region.

That storm most likely will get here sometime between April 16 and 18, which is when many Read the rest of this entry »

A storm system could bring additional precipitation as cities experience a second flood crest, according to the National Weather Service.

Mark Ewens, data manager at the Grand Forks office, said the computer models used to determine weather forecasts “have been in agreement the last several days” that a system is heading toward the region.

That storm most likely will get here sometime between April 16 and 18, which is when many Read the rest of this entry »

A storm system could bring additional precipitation as cities experience a second flood crest, according to the National Weather Service.

Mark Ewens, data manager at the Grand Forks office, said the computer models used to determine weather forecasts “have been in agreement the last several days” that a system is heading toward the region.

That storm most likely will get here sometime between April 16 and 18, which is when many Read the rest of this entry »

A storm system could bring additional precipitation as cities experience a second flood crest, according to the National Weather Service.

Mark Ewens, data manager at the Grand Forks office, said the computer models used to determine weather forecasts “have been in agreement the last several days” that a system is heading toward the region.

That storm most likely will get here sometime between April 16 and 18, which is when many Read the rest of this entry »

A storm system could bring additional precipitation as cities experience a second flood crest, according to the National Weather Service.

Mark Ewens, data manager at the Grand Forks office, said the computer models used to determine weather forecasts “have been in agreement the last several days” that a system is heading toward the region.

That storm most likely will get here sometime between April 16 and 18, which is when many Read the rest of this entry »

A storm system could bring additional precipitation as cities experience a second flood crest, according to the National Weather Service.

Mark Ewens, data manager at the Grand Forks office, said the computer models used to determine weather forecasts “have been in agreement the last several days” that a system is heading toward the region.

That storm most likely will get here sometime between April 16 and 18, which is when many Read the rest of this entry »

A storm system could bring additional precipitation as cities experience a second flood crest, according to the National Weather Service.

Mark Ewens, data manager at the Grand Forks office, said the computer models used to determine weather forecasts “have been in agreement the last several days” that a system is heading toward the region.

That storm most likely will get here sometime between April 16 and 18, which is when many Read the rest of this entry »

A storm system could bring additional precipitation as cities experience a second flood crest, according to the National Weather Service.

Mark Ewens, data manager at the Grand Forks office, said the computer models used to determine weather forecasts “have been in agreement the last several days” that a system is heading toward the region.

That storm most likely will get here sometime between April 16 and 18, which is when many Read the rest of this entry »