Transcript for Harvey expected to move north after hitting Louisiana
Amy, thanks. Our chief meteorologist ginger zee, and, ginger, six days in, it's hard to believe what rob Marciano said but the storm still has a ways to go. Yes, it does. You ka hear the wind in Steve's shot because he is right on that eye wall and you can see tropical storm Harvey after that landfall again overnight. Some of the heavy bands making their way into parts of Mississippi and Florida but look at that really big rain shield from Beaumont along the state line4of Louisiana, flash flood emergency still in place and look at the flash flood watches. They stretch all the way into the far western reaches of the Florida panhandle and up to Memphis, yes, Memphis, could be included in the heavy rains from this all the way through Friday. So let's time it out for you. By tomorrow morning we're in northeast Louisiana, you go up to Memphis and that rain shield, especially if you're driving I-40, say, 3:30 P.M., stopped it here between Little Rock and Memphis, this will be a problem. 6 to 12 inches still in our swath especially in east Texas and far southwest Louisiana. Guys, Houston areas had more than they have in an entire year of rainfall. That's what we're dealing with. Just a couple of days. Thanks very much.
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