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福建省长乐二中等五校2014届高三上学期期中联考英语试题


第 I 卷(共三部分,115 分)

第一部分 听力部分(共两节,满分 30 分) 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 l.5 分,满分 7.5 分)
听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最 佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题 和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。

1. Why doesn't the man want more ice cream? A. Because he is not hungry. B. Because he cares about his weight. C. Because he wants some meat. 2. What is the woman's favorite month? A. March. B. May. C. June.

3. How long did the woman stay in Canada? A. 3 days. B. 5 days. C. 7 days.

4. What should the two speakers do now? A. Cut the grass. B. See a film. C. Do some cleaning.

5. What do we know about the man? A. He is quite confident. B. He does his work very slow. C. He is rather tired.
第二节 (共 15 小题,每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听下面五段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选 项中选出最佳选项, 并标在试卷的相应位置。 听每段对话或独白前, 你将有时间阅读各小题, 每小题 5 秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间,每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料。回答第 6、7 题。

6. What did the woman want to do before going into the restroom? A. Pay the bill. B. Get her wallet. C. Have a rest.

7. Where was the wallet found? A. In the restroom. B. Under the table. C. On the table.

听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 l0 题。

8. Which subject does the man think difficult? A. Math. B. Physics. C. English.

9. When will the man do his program? A. In January. B. In June. C. In July.

10. What can you predict from the conversation? A. The man will be busy in summer. B. The program will be finished in July. C. The woman will join the man in the program.
听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 13 题。

11. Who is probably Rogers? A. Tom' s friend. B. Tom' s teacher. C. Tom' s boss.

12. What did Tom tell his mother in his letter? A. He had made a new discovery. B. He had lost his new job. C. He had just bought a car. 13. When did Tom take the part-time job? A. Only yesterday. B. About three months ago. C. About three weeks ago.

听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 l7 题。

14. How old is the woman? A. 16 years old. B. 30 years old. C. Over 30 years old.

15. How does the woman feel about the circus? A. Satisfied. B. Excited. C. Sad.

16. When will the animal shows begin? A. In an hour. B. In half an hour. C. In two hours.

17. How many places have the two speakers been to at the circus? A. 4. B. 5. C. 6.

听第 l0 段材料,回答第 l8 至 20 题。

18. What can we conclude from the talk? A. The weather conditions vary greatly in the USA. B. People in the USA are having pleasant weather. C. The Americans are suffering from bad weather.

19. What is the weather like in the Southern states? A. Sunny. B. Snowy. C. Rainy.

20. Which state has a high temperature? A. Florida. B. Arizona. C. Texas.

第二部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 15 小题,每小题 1 分;满分 15 分)

21. There was _____ time when everything to do with ____nature could keep Anne spellbound. A. a, the B. the, a C. a, / D. the , the

22. ---Kevin, you look worried. Anything wrong ? ---Well, I _____ a test and I’m waiting for the result. A. will take B. had taken C. took D. take

23. Please _____all the numbers. Those numbers______10,000. A. add to , add up C. add up , add to B. add up, add up to D. add up to, add to

24. Generally speaking, ______according to the directions, the drug has no side effect. A. when taking B. when taken C. when to take D. when to be taken

25.The police chief advised his men to keep________ and not lose their tempers. A.calm B.quiet C.still D.silent

26. The novel was concerned ______ the Second World War, while most readers are more concerned _____ the hero's love story. A. with; about B. with; at C. for; about D. about; with

27. Rather than _______ here waiting, I prefer _______to find out what on earth has happened. A. sit ; going B. sit ; go C. sitting ; go D. sit ; to go

28. The boss insisted that every minute ______ made full use of ______ the work well. A. be; to do B. was; doing C. be ; doing D. was ; to do

29. The farm grows various kinds of crops, _______ wheat, corn, cotton and rice.

A. for example

B. as

C. so that

D. such as

30. Not all the students follow the rules. Which of the following statement has the same meaning? A. None of the students follow the rules. C. No students follow the rules B. All the students don’t follow the rules. D. All of the above

31. In China, smokers have to face the reality that ______ people are dying of lung cancer. A. a great number of A.has held B. a great deal of C. a good many of C.will be held D. the number of D.had been held

32. It is the third time so far that such a festival ________in my hometown. B.has been held

33. They are broadening the bridge to ________ the flow of traffic. A. put off B. turn on C. speed up D. work out

34. In our class there are 46 students, _____ half wear glasses. A. in whom B. in them C. of whom D. of them

35. Only in this way ______ progress in your English . A. you make C. you be able to make B. can you make D. will you able to make

第二节完形填空(共20小题,每小题1.5分,满分30分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从36至55各题所给的四个选项(A.B.C 和 D) 中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 One day I visited an art museum while waiting for my husband to finish a business meeting. I was expecting a quiet A young 37 36 of the splendid artwork. 38 nonstop between

viewing the paintings ahead of me

themselves. I watched them a moment and decided the lady was doing all the talking. I admired the man's 39 for putting up with her their noise, I moved on. I met them several times as I moved 42 the various rooms of art. Each time I 43 . 44 when the into his pocket 40 stream of words. 41 by

heard her continuous flow of words, I moved away

I was standing at the counter of the museum gift shop making a couple approached the 45 .Before they left, the man 46

and pulled out a white object. He 47 into the coatroom to get his wife's jacket. “He's a 49

it into a long stick and then

48

his way

man.” the clerk at the counter said. “Most of us would give up if

we were blinded at such a young age. During his recovery, he made a promise his life wouldn't change. So, as before, he and his wife come in show.” “But what does he get out of the art?” I asked. “He can't see.” “Can't see! You're 51 . He sees a lot. More than you and I do,” the clerk said. 50 there is a new art

“His wife 52 each painting so he can see it in his head.” I learned something about patience, 53 and love that day. I saw the 54 and the

patience of a young wife describing paintings to a person without courage of a husband who would not

55 blindness to change his life. And I saw

the love shared by two people as I watched this couple walk away, their arms intertwined. 36. A. view 37. A. lady 38. A. yelled 39. A. attempt 40. A. vivid 41. A. Adopted 42. A. towards 43. A. anxiously 44. A. comment 45. A. entrance 46. A. plugged 47. A. lengthened 48. A. led 49. A. brave 50. A. wherever 51. A. wrong 52. A. describes 53. A. kindness B. touch B. man B. argued B. patience B. constant B. Adapted B. to B. slowly B. decision B. queue B. reached B. made B. found B. rough B. whatever B. silly B. draws B. courage C. wander C. couple C. screamed C. wisdom C. casual C. Conducted C. through C. quickly C. purchase C. front C. held C. brought C. forced C. smart C. whenever C. equal C. shows C. enthusiasm D. scenery D. clerk D. chatted D. independence D. exciting D. Disturbed D. from D. sensibly D. profit D. exit D. bent D. broadened D. tapped D. generous D. whichever D. unique D. decorates D. pride

54. A. support 55. A. allow

B. expectation B. hope

C. sight C. get

D. confidence D. cause

第三部分 阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2份,满分40分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项,并 在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A

John H. Johnson was born in a black family in Arkansas city in 1918. His father died in an accident when John was six. He was reaching the high school age, but his hometown offered no high school for blacks. Fortunately he had a strong-willed ( 意 志 坚 强 的 ) caring mother. John remembered that his mother told him many times, “Son, you can be anything you want really to be if you just believe.” She told him not to depend on others, including his mother. “You have to earn success, ”she said. “All the people who work hard don’t succeed, but the only people who do succeed are those who work hard.” These words came from a woman with less than a third grade education. She also knew that believing and hard work don’t mean everything. So she worked hard as a cook for two years to save enough to take her son, who was then 15, to Chicago. Chicago in 1933 was not the promised land that black southerners were looking for. John’s mother and stepfather could not find work. But here John could go to school, and here he learned the power of words—as an editor of the newspaper and yearbook at Du Sable High School .His wish was to publish a magazine for blacks. While others discouraged him, John’s mother offered him more words to live by. “Nothing beats a failure but a try. ”She also let him pawn(典当)her furniture to get the $ 500 he needed to start the Negro magazine. It is natural that difficulties and failures followed John closely until he became very successful. He always keeps his mother’s words in mind.“Son, failure is not in your vocabulary!” Now John H. Johnson is one of the 400 richest people in America—worth $ 150 million. 56. John’s mother decided to move to Chicago because _____. A. his father died when John was very young

B. life was too hard for them to stay on in their hometown C. John needed more education badly D. there were no schools for Negroes in their hometown 57. John’s mother______ A. didn’t believe in or depend on others B. thought one could be whatever one wanted to be C. believed one would succeed without working hard D. thought no one could succeed without working hard 58. The underlined sentence “Nothing beats a failure but a try. ” means _____. A. if you try, you would succeed B. a failure is difficult to beat, even if you try C. a try is always followed by a failure D. no failure can be beaten unless you try 59. The story mainly tells us _____. A. how John H. Johnson became successful B. about the mental (心理的) support John’s mother gave him C. about the importance of a good education D. about the key to success for blacks B Built in 1794 for the 5th Duke of Bedford, this hotel in the heart of Bedford overlooks the River Ouse, which winds through the beautiful Bedfordshire countryside. We offer a flexible approach to conferencing. With purpose-built meeting rooms offering a flexible and functional space, our hotel is designed for comfort and convenience. Day Delegate(代表/代表团), 24 Hour Delegate or room hire only can be arranged to meet your needs and we offer a range of food and drinks for all requirements. The Bedford Swan Hotel provides an impressive range of conference, training and function rooms which are suitable for up to 250 delegates. Our hotel is located 30 minutes drive from Luton Airport and a 20-minute walk

from Bedford Train Station with regular trains to and from Central London. What to expect: ? A professional service from the beginning ? Your own event consultant ? A great location with car parking ? Well equipped rooms perfect for your meeting or event ? Various Day Delegate packages ? Personalized dining and refreshment breaks ? Accurate billing Discounted Day Delegate Rates from ?35 per person * Hold your meeting before 30th November 2013 and benefit from our special day delegate rates * Day Delegate Rate from ?35.00 per person * Minimum numbers of 8 apply Call us on 01234 346565 or e-mail us on info@bedfordswanhotel.co.uk 60. Bedford Swan Hotel is more suitable for _______. A. busy sightseers C. fresh trainees B. conference travelers D. event consultants

61. Which of the following is true according to the text? A. It takes you 20 minutes to walk here from Central London. B. The Bedford Swan Hotel was built in the late 18th century. C. The hotel is located sixty kilometres from Luton Airport. D. Guests can get professional service by offering extra tips. 62. From the advertisement above we can learn that Bedford Swan Hotel _______. A. can serve up to 250 delegates C. can provide personalized billing B. winds through Bedfordshire D. offers no car parking service

63. The special discount will be given if _______. A. a delegate of 8 apply for 24-hour-meeting rooms B. guests pay ?35.00 per person for the rooms they live in C. you book a purpose-built meeting room on a special day

D. 8 delegates hold a day meeting on November 2, 2013 C One Sunday, my family had gathered at my parents’ house to feast upon Mom’s wonderful cooking. During the normal dinner chatter (闲聊), I noticed that my father was slurring (说话含混) his words. No one mentioned this during dinner, but I felt compelled to discuss it with my mother afterward. We decided that there was something seriously wrong and that Dad needed to see the doctor. Mom phoned me two days later. “The doctor found a brain tumor (肿瘤). It’s too large at this point to operate. Maybe they can do something then, but the odds are long.” Even with the treatment, my father’s condition worsened, and the doctor finally informed us that this condition was terminal (晚期的). During one of his stays in the hospital, we brought our baby daughter Chelsey with us when we visited him. By this time he had great difficulty speaking. I finally figured out that he wanted Chelsey to sit on his stomach so he could make faces at her. Watching the two of them together, I realized I was living an experience that would stay with me forever. Though grateful for the times they could share, I couldn’t shake the feeling of a clock ticking in the background.? On the visit to my parents’ home during what we all know was my father’s last days, my mother took Chelsey from my arms and announced, “Your father would like to see you alone for a minute.” I entered the bedroom where my father lay on a rented hospital bed. He appeared even weaker than the day before. “How are you feeling, Dad?” I asked. “Can I do anything for you?” He tried to speak, but he couldn’t make out a word. “I’m sorry, but I can’t understand you,” I said. With great difficulty he said, “I love you.” We don’t learn courage from heroes on the evening news. We learn true courage from watching ordinary people rise above hopeless situations. In many ways

my father was a strict, uncommunicative man. He found it difficult to show emotion. The bravest thing I ever saw him do was overcome that barrier to open his heart to his son and family at the end of his life. 64. Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. The writer accompanied his father to a medical examination. B. The writer’s father got worse after the removal of the brain tumor. C. The writer was quick to notice the strange condition of his father. D. The writer’s father had known about his illness before the writer discovered it. 65. What does the underlined sentence “the odds are long” mean? A. There’s little possibility for Father to recover. B. It takes a long time for Father to recover. C. Father needs love and care from his family. D. They need a proper time to operate on Father. 66. The father had never said “I love you” to the writer before because ________. A. he believed in strictness and punishment B. he was not so attached to the writer C. he thought there was no need to tell the writer D. he was not used to openly showing his emotions 67. What does the writer attempt to tell us? A. We don’t often value health until we lose it. B. Don’t wait to see a doctor till it is too late. C. Life is short, so live your life to the fullest. D. Bravely express your love for your family. D Thirteen vehicles lined up last March to race across the Mojave Desert, seeking a million in prize money. To win, they had to finish the 142-mile race in less than 10 hours. Teams and watchers knew there might be no winner at all, because these vehicles were missing a key part—drivers. DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, organized the race as part of a push to develop robotic vehicles for future battlefields. But the Grand

Challenge, as it was called, just proved how difficult it is to get a car to speed across an unfamiliar desert without human guidance. One had its brake lock up in the starting area, Another began by throwing itself onto a wall. Another got tied up by bushes near the road after 1.9 miles. One turned upside down. One took off in entirely the wrong direction and had to be disabled by remote (远距离的) consol. One went a little more than a mile and rushed into a fence; another managed to go for six miles but stuck on a rock. The “winner,”if there was any, reached 7.8 miles before it ran into a long, narrow hole, and the front wheels caught on fire. “You get a lot of respect for natural abilities of the living things,” says Reinhold Behringer, who helped design two of the ear-size vehicles for a company called Sci-Autonics, “Even ants (蚂蚁) can do all these tasks effortlessly. It’s very hard for us to put these abilities into our machines.” The robotic vehicles, though with necessary modern equipment such as advanced computers and GPS guidance, had trouble figuring out fast enough the blocks ahead that a two-year-old human recognizes immediately. Sure, that very young child, who has just only learned to walk, may not think to wipe apple juice off her face, but she already knows that when there’s a cookie in the kitchen she has to climb up the table, and that when she gets to the cookie it will taste good. She is more advanced, even months old, than any machine humans have designed. 68. DARPA organized the race in order to ______. A. raise money for producing more robotic vehicles B. push the development of vehicle industry C. train more people to drive in the desert D. improve the vehicles for future wars 69. From the passage we know “robotic vehicles” are a kind of machines that ______. A. can do effortlessly whatever tasks living things can B. can take part in a race across 142 miles with a time limit C. can show off their ability to turn themselves upside down D. can move from place to p1ace without being driven by human beings

70. In the race, the greatest distance one robotic vehicle covered was_____ . A. about eight miles B. six miles C. almost two miles D. about one mile

71. In the last paragraph, the writer implies that there is a long way to go____ . A. for a robotic vehicle to finish a 142-mile race without any difficulties B. for a little child who has just learned to walk to reach the cookie on the table C. for a robotic vehicle to deal with a simple problem that a little child can solve D. for a little child to understand the importance of wiping apple juice off its face E When I was growing up, 16 was always a magical age, a symbol of maturity, responsibility and of course more independence and freedom. I sat through the hours of Driver’s Ed classes eager to get out on the road. I couldn’t wait to get my driver’s license. But it’s a different story for today’s teens. In January, the U.S. Department Transportation released 2012 data that showed only 30.7 percent of U.S. teens got their license at age 16, Twenty years before, that number was almost 45 percent. There are numbers of reasons for the fall – off. The growing responsibilities like paying for insurance and high gas prices discourage teens from getting behind the wheel. Plus, many teens today are so busy with homework, endless hours of activities and part-time jobs, that finding the time for Driver’s Ed classes may be more difficult that ever. In addition, many states have raised the driving age, or restricted when teens can drive and who they can have in the car. Parents may also be making their own personal restrictions until they feel their teens are responsible enough to drive safely. Driving is part of the American culture, but it’s not the central focus like it was 25 years ago. They have so many other things to do now. One of the more interesting factors delaying teens driving might be the change of their social life. Today, teens need to look no further than Face book or other social networking sites to connect with their friends. There is simply less need, maybe less desire, to be able to grab the keys and go. Michelle Wei got her license as a senior in high school because her digital social

life made it easy not to drive. “If I couldn’t get a ride to see my friend who lives a town over,” the 19-year-old said, “I could talk on IM or Skype.” Research has shown that these online relationships can lead to higher quality friendships, so it isn’t necessarily a bad thing. However, it’s important to find a balance. If old face-to-face friendships are good, why not drive to find them? 72. We can infer from the first paragraph that _______ . A. Driver’s Ed classes allowed teens to know what maturity was B. getting a driving license at 16 was a must for American teens C. 16 was considered an age when one could get his driver’s license D. teens could drive on the road without taking Driver’s Ed classes 73. What does the passage mainly talk about? A. Desire to drive on the road declines among American teens. B. Getting a license costs much more than ever before. C. Social networking sites are changing the life of American teens. D. American teens are becoming more responsible than ever. 74. Michelle’s Wei’s example is used to explain ________. A. why American teens are crazy about digital social life B. what social networking websites are bringing to American teens C. to what degree the Internet is affecting the American car culture D. what the Internet does to help teens to get a driving license 75. The last paragraph is reminding the readers that _______ . A. the Internet has a bad effect on the teen’s social life B. teens should keep a balance in choosing their lifestyle C. actual contacts can be replaced by talking on line D. face-to-face friendship is always the best choice

第 II 卷(非选择题

共 35 分)

第一节 短文填词(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分)
阅读下面短文,根据以下提示:1)汉语提示,2)首字母提示,3)语境提示,在每个 空格内填入一个适当的英语单词, 并将该词完整地写在右边相对应的横线上。 所填单词要求

意义准确,拼写正确。

Volunteering not only has a meaningful and positive effect on your neighborhood but also can have many you help c (益处) to you. First, whether 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85.

the rooms for the old, do something for the disabled, teach the children to sing, you’ll gain some valuable skills and

experience. Then by

(使用) them you can make your study or together a variety of people to a new environment.

your future job better. Volunteering b from different backgrounds. You’ll be e And maybe you’ll learn

you can’t learn at school. It can also help (误解), and even

you reward society, break down barriers of have fun. B

, it is a good way for us students to learn and great importance to our society.

communicate with others, and it is 第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分)

请根据下列表格的内容提示,写一篇题为SAVE EARTH, SAVE US的公益广告解说词。 污染的原因 污染类型 造成后果 建议措施 人类的生产和生活活动(请自行列举) 1. 空气污染 1. 物种减少 2. 噪音污染 2. 人类健康受损 3. 水污染 3. 环境恶化

(请自己列出若干条)

注意:1. 词数:120左右,答题卷的开头已给出,不计入总词数。 2.内容要涵盖上面所列的几条。

闽侯二中、闽清高级中学、永泰二中、连江侨中、长乐二中

2013—2014 学年第一学期高三年段英语学科 半期考联考答题卷(考试时间:_____年___月___日____午)
姓名 座号 …订……线----------(注意:选择题答案填涂在机读卡上) Ⅴ.短文填词 76 80 84 Ⅵ.书面表达
.

77 81 85

78 82

79 83

SAVE EARTH, SAVE US
With the development of modern society, pollution caused by human activities is becoming a more and more serious problem.

闽侯二中、闽清高级中学、永泰二中、连江侨中、长乐二中 2013—2014 学年第一学期高三年段半期考英语学科 联考试卷答案

书面表达 SAVE EARTH , SAVE US With the development of modern society, pollution caused by human activities is becoming a more and more serious problem. Smoke from factories and gases from vehicles are the main reasons for air pollution. Rivers are polluted when people throw waste into them, or when factories pour waste water into them. Modern lifestyle and modern ways of production also cause noise pollution. As a result, many species are dying out. More and more people are suffering from health problems.

听力材料
Text 1 W: Mr. Smith, would you like some more ice cream? M: No, thanks. It' s very good but I have to watch my weight.

Text 2 W: Which month do you like? M: March is a nice month, but I think May is the best one. What about you? W: I like June best because I can go swimming then.

Text 3 M: Hi, Jane. Did you go abroad on your vacation? W: Yes, to Canada. M: Did you visit some cities there? W: Just 2 days in Vancouver, 3 days in Quebec, and 2 days in Ottawa.

Text 4 M: Shall we go and see a film? W: No. We must do some cleaning first. Then we'll have to cut the grass in the garden. M: Oh, it's hard work, dear.

Text 5 W: You look very tired. M: Yes. I stayed up very late last night, rewriting my paper. W: Haven't you finished it? M: Not yet. I don't know when

Text 6 W: I think my wallet was stolen, sir. M: Do you have any reason to believe that your wallet was stolen? W: Oh, yes. I left it on the table half an hour ago, but when I came back from the restroom, it was gone M: Are you sure you left your wallet on the table? W: Of course, sir. I planned to pay the bill before I went to the restroom. M: Is this your wallet? We found it in the restroom. W: Oh, yes, it is, I must have left it there and I forgot. Sorry.

Text 7 W: How are you? M: I' m fine, thanks. How about you? W: I' m okay. What are you doing these days? M: Not a lot, actually. Busy at school with my lessons, of course. I have difficulty in learning math. W: Maybe you need to do some easy problems. And later on, you will be able to do difficult problems. M : Yeah. I agree. We've got a big program in July. I may have to spend a few weeks of my summer vacation doing it. W: That' s great. When are you starting? M: Probably on July the 20th. W: I hope you will be successful in finishing it.

Text 8 W: What are you doing, Tom? M : I'm writing to my mother. W: But you wrote to her only yesterday. M: Yes, but I have something new to tell her.

W: Something new? M: Yes. I am telling her I've decided to take up a par-time job as a shop assistant. W: What do you mean? You've been working at one nearly three months. Have you been fired by Rogers? M: No. My mother doesn't know I have a part-time job. W: You mean you didn't tell her before? M : No. I didn't want her to worry about my study. W: But why are you telling her now? M: Now, I don' t want her to worry about my life here. You see, I told her that I'd just bought a car in my letter.

Text 9 W: This is exciting. I've never been to a circus before. I feel like I' m 16 now. M: You're already in your early 30's. W: You don't have to tell me! M: No hard feelings, OK? W: OK. Where shall we go now? We've been to the Magic House, the Witch's Cottage, Snake Man, Satan's Castle, and Hypnotist. M: What do you want to see now? W: What is that huge tent over there? M: Let's go and find out. W : Oh, it' s for the evening show. M: Are you interested in the animal shows and tricks? W: That's why we're here, isn't it? Do you think we can still get good seats? M: That makes no difference, since we've decided to watch it. W: What time does it begin? M : Six-thirty. W: We still have one hour. What shall we do now? M: Are you hungry? W: No, but I wouldn't mind having a hot dog or something to drink.

M: There' s a hot dog stand...

Text 10 And now for the following 72-hour weather report. The national weather map shows a high pressure area all along the eastern coastline, which will bring them very pleasant, sunny weather from New York to Florida. But showers and thunderstorms are happening from the Ohio River all the way south to the Gulf coast, pouring down heavy amounts of rain over the Southern states. By far the worst of the storms has happened in and around Texas. Some Texas stations have reported up to fifteen inches of rain in a 24-hour period with high winds and thunderstorms. Two typhoons were reported along the Gulf coast of Texas, but we haven't got the exact information about any damages and injuries. Heavy amounts of snow were reported in the Rocky Mountain area with record cold temperatures in Denver and Boulder. As much as a foot of snow has fallen in some of the mountain stations. In contrast, temperatures in Arizona and the desert Southwest went over the 100-degree mark again under bright, sunny skies.


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