Tropical storm makes landfall in Texas

The fast-forming storm slammed the Gulf Coast with relentless rain and now flash flood watches are in effect in parts of Texas.
0:48 | 09/18/19

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Now to that fast forming tropical storm making landfall in Texas slamming the gulf with relentless rain overnight. Now the southeast is bracing for flash flooding and, ginger, I know you have the latest. Rainfall totals right now above a foot along the coast. So this is a big deal for Texas and Louisiana. To the pictures of the gulf of Mexico usually so serene not now. You know something is brewing. It is the slow-moving what's left of Imelda. Bay city, in a flash flood warning. That means it's happening now and extended them up to Lufkin and Lake Charles. Flash flood watches meaning you could have 3 plus inches per hour fall. Can you imagine getting 3, you've got 10 Dunn. We anticipate this through the next 24, 48 hours, even lake Charles and Lufkin need to be on the lookout, Michael.

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