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An unlucky handful of Texas City families are cleaning water out of their homes. "We're just taking out the water that flooded in the dining room," Mario Sanchez said. "The weather was crazy." Click here to check live Mega Doppler for the forecast in your ...


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sharesharetweetemail You need Flash to watch this video.Sorry, your browser doesn't support Flash, needs a Flash update, or has Flash disabled. EMBED </>More News Videos <iframe width="476" height="267" src="http://abc13.com/video/embed/?pid=1639840" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>Homeowners in Texas City are working to get water out of their homes after weekend flooding(KTRK) KTRKBy Elissa RivasSunday, December 04, 2016 10:28PMTEXAS CITY, TX (KTRK) -- An unlucky handful of Texas City families are cleaning water out of their homes."We're just taking out the water that flooded in the dining room," Mario Sanchez said"The weather was crazy." Click here to check live Mega Doppler for the forecast in your neighborhood He's cleaning the floors of their home after record rainfall in Galveston County this weekend.On Saturday much of Texas City was drenched in rain for hours on end.That created a street flooding in many neighborhoods including the area off Palmer Highway near 34th Street.PHOTOS: Flooding in Galveston County If you're viewing on our ABC13 news app, tap on the photo above to see more images.Now, these families and officials are nervous with the prospect of more rain on the way."I would describe it as heightened alert," Galveston County Judge Mark Henry said"We have been in touch with the state of Texas, Chief Kidd with the TDEM, let him know that at this point we don't need anything, but we have him in speed dial if we do."Henry said the county has been monitoring weather conditions closely for the last 48 hoursBrazoria County told us the same -- they're in close contact with the National Weather Service, and watching road conditions.After a weekend of work brought on by bad weather at home - most will head back to their jobs tomorrow, and hope for the best."You watch the weather and you watch the news and you're alert and you're aware of what's coming," resident Chad Sturm said"This was the worst that I've seen, and hopefully it doesn't keep going like this." Related Topics:newsfloodingsevere weatherTexas City Email sharesharetweetemail (Copyri

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