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'Snakes and other critters' join flooding, tornadoes as Barry's latest threat

USATODAY.com Monday, 15 July 2019
Hurricane Barry, quieted to a tropical depression Monday, remained a dangerous storm that threatened flooding, tornadoes and a new concern - snakes.
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News video: Remnants of Barry Bring 'Significant' Flooding to Southern Arkansas

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Remaining thunderstorms from the former hurricane Barry brought “significant and life-threatening” flash flooding in southern Arkansas on Tuesday, July 16, the National Hurricane Center said. The National Weather Service said “particularly heavy” thunderstorms affected southwest Arkansas, and...

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