Tracking the storm's new path and forecast

ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee tracks where the storm will head and the timing as it brings heavy rain to Texas.
0:59 | 09/22/20

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Now to tropical storm beta making landfall overnight bringing the dangerous flooding to Texas. Matt Gutman is in Houston with the latest. Good morning, Matt. Reporter: Good morning, robin. I'm on the 288. It's a major north south freeway in and out of downtown Houston. You may be able to see the trucks behind me turning around to get out of what's become a huge river here in downtown. I'll do the catwalk here. I want to give you a sense of how deep the water is. It's about four feet. We were among the last to get through here. Around 40 minutes ago it was incredible to see how fast the waters rose here. There are still cars stranded here, several dozen in this area. Thunderstorm dropping a lot more precipitation than anyone expected here. Michael? Thank you, Matt. We go to ginger who is tracking the latest on the flash flood

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