Folks in Southeastern Texas were left with a big mess after the floodwaters from Tropical Storm Imelda began to wash away.
At least four deaths have been linked to the remnants of Imelda, which deluged parts of Texas and Louisiana and drew comparisons to Hurricane Harvey two years ago.
East of Houston in Jefferson County, which got hit by more than 40 inches of rain, officials also began taking stock of their damage.
As TV crews scoured the area looking for stories, one came across this, some kids being, well kids.
For many residents in Houston, Imelda’s punishing rainfall and flooding evoked the memory of Harvey — which dumped more than 50 inches (127 centimeters) of rain on the nation’s fourth-largest city in 2017.
Imelda is the first named storm since then to impact the Houston area.