Flash flooding in the Houston and East Texas has turned into an “incredibly dangerous” situation as Tropical Depression Imelda continues to dump rain on the region. As much as 25 inches of rain has fallen in just the last 12 hours in some areas. The National Weather Service is urging Houston residents to remain indoors, while local hospitals were evacuated. Some are calling the deluge worse than 2017’s Hurricane Harvey, with the National Weather Service describing the rain as “life-threatening”. Beaumont and Winnie have sustained catastrophic flooding.
“Worse Than Harvey”: Major Flash Flooding In Texas
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