Texas Hammered by Heavy Rain and Flooding

Torrential downpours soak parts of the south.
1:12 | 09/21/13

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with heavy rain, soaking parts of the south, delivering much-needed rain. But the torrential downpours are too much, too fast. This is coming on the heels of the devastating colorado floods. The misery there, long from being over. Our ginger zee has been tracking the storms. Back from colorado. Hey, ginger. Hey, guys. I want to start with these numbers. They're impressive when you start to see them add up. Above a half-foot. Harper, texas, over seven inches. Almost eight inches in parts of louisiana. Let me show you what that looks like when you put it on the ground. Houston is where we start. This is not just small cities you saw listed there. Houston, cars underwater. The underpasses taken over. Waco, texas, also seeing quite a bit of rain. Waco, houston and then texarkana. Way too much rain. They're going to see that start to subside, especially in texas. If you go into parts of louisiana, around new orleans, mississippi, even parts of alabama and florida today, you're going to see more rain. Flash flood watches and warnings in place. How much rain are we talking? Give you an idea. That area in red, peaks at two to four inches, locally more.

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