Flooding snarls Tracy roads
by TP staff
Apr 25, 2014 | 8173 views | 2 2 comments | 35 35 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Street flooding
Kai Sorro tries to unclog a street drain near his home on Alden Glen Drive near Foxwood Drive after a downpour flooded the street Friday afternoon.  Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
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Lightning and thunder rumbled across Tracy as a downpour flooded Tracy streets Friday afternoon. The sudden rain storm filled gutters and left stretches of several roads underwater as city crews worked to clear gutters and drains.

The Nor Cal Classic softball tournament postponed games Friday afternoon and was set to discuss how to finish the tournament on Saturday.

The Stockton Asparagus Festival was closed by heavy rain at 4 p.m. according to San Joaquin Sheriff Steve Moore.

Accweather.com calls for partly cloudy skies on Saturday with high temperatures into the mid 60s.

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yepper
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April 28, 2014
Speaking of Roads ...... No ? Heads-up on the road construction at Tracy Blvd. & Schulte Road ? What's up with that ? Anybody know ? H E L P ! .........
doors17
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April 25, 2014
Thunderbolt & lightning very, very frightening...me, Galilao, Galilao, manifico-o-o-o. I'm just a poor boy, nobody loves ...(okay, okay I'll stop singing)


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