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Sunday, October 09, 2016

Brandon Pernell Shows Aerial Photos Of Snow Hill, MD.



17 comments:

Anonymous said...

And now insurance companies want to raise flood insurance costs! Disaster economics and capitalism.

Anonymous said...

It looks like baton rouge!

Anonymous said...

My daughter lives in Snow Hill and said it was near impossible to try to get anywhere

Anonymous said...

Flood insurance is from the Fed. Government--you just pay through insurance companies--the insurance fund is completely broke btw as most government programs are

Anonymous said...

Thanks for correcting the spelling, I feel much better now. Even tho I myself misspelled the word at first. lol

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing your pictures Brandon. People don't realize how bad some of these small towns were hit.

Anonymous said...

I don't recall ever seeing the banks of the Pocomoke breached that far inland.

Anonymous said...

Look at how much more the property will be worth now that it's waterfront.

Anonymous said...

Ol' blackwater, keep on rollin'...

Anonymous said...

It was not a normal storm.
The sky had more water than normal.
I believe the airplane trails help to hold water in the sky.
This makes bigger rains.

Something should be done about the airplanes.
Less pollution would be a big help.

Anonymous said...

9:44-I wonder if weather prediction equipment can detect the'feel' of heaviness that was in the air just before the rain fell?

Zorro said...

I agree with 9:44. BAN AIRPLANES. AND KISS AND HUG TREES...MUAHH

Anonymous said...

9:44, I want to know your answer to 11:18 PM question.

Anonymous said...

@9:44 I completely agree. There was a lot of unusual activity at Dover AFB prior to the storm too - notice how they aren't making any comment on the weather.

Anonymous said...

I don't recall ever seeing the banks of the Pocomoke breached that far inland.

October 2, 2016 at 8:02 PM:

You must be too young to remember the Snow Hill flood on August 20, 1989. The river crested a little higher back then, than it did this past weekend. What I find interesting is that the water may go around the bridge during times of flooding, but it never goes over the bridge.

Anonymous said...

There's still a car in the water that some moron tried to take through the water by the Down Under Restaurant. On Saturday, the water was still halfway up the driver's side window.

Anonymous said...

Living in Baltimore at the time.