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Old 05-30-2016, 09:57 PM   #1
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TX 105 closed

TX 105 is closed west of Navasota because it's underwater. Scuttlebutt says it'll probably closed all week.
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There are LOTS of roads closed in Southeast Texas following our rains last week.

You SHOULD be OK, for the most part, if you stay on the Interstates, but get off of them and you will likely find a flooded or closed road.

Anything that goes over the flooded rivers is capable of being shut down for the next week or two.
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