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Showers are a little more prevalent with a system moving just south of Sea Rim State Park. This system has the National Hurricane Center investigating, and has placed a 20% probability that the system will become tropical during the next 48 hours. However, the system is heading west and southwest, moving closer to the Corpus Christi and Brownsville ...


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Life slowly returning to normal following oil spill

One week after 168,000 gallons of oil spilled into the Houston ship channel, things are slowing returning to normal on Southeast Texas beaches.

Instead of oil on the beach crowds were seen under sunny skies wading into clearer water, but oil is still around.
Less than 100 yards from where people were enjoying Galveston's sand, you could still see the remnants of the oil spill.
Rocks were coated in a black, thick, tar-like substance and it's why businesses on the sea wall are still holding their breath and keeping a close eye on the tides.


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