- published: 30 Mar 2012
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Some 200 people were trapped at a McAllen bingo hall during a severe thunderstorm that dumped several inches of rain and hail across the city.
Spent a couple days in McAllen over Thanksgiving break. The weather was terrible but I managed to get a few good shots. The Convention Center clips are super illegal and are intended to show where not to fly in McAllen. Thankfully McAllen PD let me keep the footage! Anyways, enjoy!
There really doubt whether it treated balloons or literally UFOS, although balloons not behave as maintaining an appropriate distance as not obey the the wind inertia so trying to investigate about it, We found this video taken in Florida recorded in 2012, the question is: How it may be the same characteristics between the two videos at a distance of 4 years? this in South Texas and the other in Florida https://youtu.be/y5QQunzYsco En realidad hay la duda de si se tratan globos o literalmente OVNIS, a pesar de que los globos no se comportan manteniendo una distancia apropiada al no obedecer a la inercia del viento por lo que tratando de investigar al respecto, nos encontramos este video tomado en Florida en 2012, la pregunta es: ¿Cómo puede ser las mismas características entre los dos v...
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This emulation was a request from luesjo12. Merry Christmas! This marks the debut of a new emulation I was planning to release at some point- now is the best time to do it! This video begins with Dad and Son reading a Christmas wish list from luesjo12- followed by the emulation. [I haven't forgotten about Cabbl 6, there's been a lot of pressure outside of YouTube lately. I'll work on it when I can] Music selection is "Joy to the World" by Bob Rafkin.
In September 1967, a fierce hurricane named Beulah made its way to South Texas and northeastern Mexico. This hurricane caused much devastation and flooding on both sides of the border. Photographs, newspaper editions and a phonographic record about Hurricane Beulah can be found in the Margaret H. McAllen Memorial Archives at MOSTHistory. For more information about the Museum of South Texas History, please visit mosthistory.org.
CAN'T STOP THE FEELING! City of McAllen employees busted a move to help McAllen Mayor Jim Darling with his grand entrance for the 2017 State of the City address. Mayor Darling credits Ellen DeGeneres for his choreography. From La Macarena to tap dancing, everyone volunteered their best moves to accomplish the mission. The dance off culminated in the Mayor’s grand entrance into the McAllen Convention Center. Follow us on Facebook: CityofMcAllen Twitter: @CityofMcAllen Special Thanks to the Rhythm Room dancers who assisted in the production. Your moves literally moved us forward. Justin Timberlake’s "CAN'T STOP THE FEELING!” from the Original Motion Picture "Trolls" Get it on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/CSTFi?IQid=yt Spotify: http://smarturl.it/CSTFsp?IQid=yt Amazon: http://smar...
A quick look at some over night damage from the hail storm.
Catch up on all the big headlines in the City of McAllen in less than ten minutes. Learn about a big anniversary for IMAS, the difference McAllen crews made in hurricane ravaged areas, and what you can do to prepare in case severe weather strikes the Valley. Plus a new theme is unveiled for the McAllen Holiday Parade. It's all in this newscast. Enjoy the latest edition of the McAllen Update
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The Bert Ogden BMW dealership on 10th Street was the most severely affected by the storm, with 77 vehicles taking damage from the hail, said Robert Vackar, Bert Ogden CEO.The building also suffered approximately $200,000 of damage, which is in the process of being repaired, Vackar said.The damaged vehicles will be shipped back to BMW of North America and Bert Ogden should be getting its lot replaced in the next few days.On Thursday "we were expecting six cars that had already been sold, but we were lucky that the shipment was delayed; if not they would have probably been damaged, too," Vackar said. "This is by far the worst storm I've seen. I had three feet of ice in my backyard."As bad as the storm was, there was a positive note for Vackar and the employees at Bert Ogden."At one of our bo...
News Channel 5's Chief Meteorologist Tim Smith visits Seguin Elementary as part of a Community Involvement project for both Seguin Elementary and News Channel 5. The students learned first hand about weather from an expert and local celebrity.