The devastating rain of now Tropical Storm Harvey continues to flood southeast Texas, dumping more than 2 feet of rain in some areas of Greater Houston.
The National Hurricane Center (NHC) on Sunday issued a forecast warning with isolated reports of 50 inches of rain could be seen around the Houston/Galveston area.
#Harvey's heavy rainfall isn't over yet – an additional 10-25 inches expected over the next 5 days for much of the area #houwx #glswx #txwx pic.twitter.com/4hVDdXi2lH
— NWS Houston (@NWSHouston) August 27, 2017
Harvey made landfall at near Rockport, Texas on Friday, August 25, as a category 4 hurricane with sustained winds at 130 miles per hour.
How bad is #houstonflood? This is 610 near Market St #houwx (📸: Efrain Lopez) pic.twitter.com/SXFG6b82hR
— Matt Keyser (@writeonkeyser) August 27, 2017
Reminiscent of Tropical Storm Allison? You're darn right. A flooding nightmare times two. #khou #HouNews pic.twitter.com/vWxkt4WwZu
— The Bishop (@BillBishopKHOU) August 27, 2017
#BREAKINGNEWS: #Texas #NationalGuard will increase number of troops to 3,000 in response to #Harvey #TMDHarvey
— Texas Military Dept (@TXMilitary) August 27, 2017