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texas bracing for more flooding on thursday while still reeling from torrential rains setting a record for the wettest month in its history there's no end in sight , at least sixteen people have been killed in weather related incidents this week in texas including six in houston , the barrage of storm since memorial day weekend leaving houston under water president obama weighed in as he tore the national hurricane center in miami lives have been lost and our condolences go out to , the families that have been affected , a tornado touched down in northern texas on wednesday seriously injuring three people and damaging in natural gas drilling rig , the national weather service on alert issuing a new flash flood watch thursday morning stretching from south of san antonio to dallas there oklahoma where six people have also been killed