Transcript for Harvey slams Houston with 'unprecedented' flooding
Tom, thanks very much. Ginger zee, right now on point throughout the weekend and, give us a sense of what we can expect right now. Right now Houston does not have rain on top of it. Some scattered showers southwest of it but tropical storm Harvey is still rotating and you can see outer bands and that's going to be the issue. This thing has not budged over the weekend. And it won't budge much the next two to four days. So let me take you through it. You saw that tornado watch that extends into central Louisiana, Beaumont, liberty and lake Charles and Houston, just because you're not raining now doesn't mean you're not raining later. We have flash flood watches and warning to Austin, Lufkin too and takes it back to the gulf. We still see circulating feeding off that unlimited moisture of the gulf of Mexico and the heat and then perhaps making a third landfall in galveston or close to galveston as it moves up, we will still see bands of rain around this thing that could drop another 15 to 25 inches of rain. I stopped it there 6:00 A.M. Tuesday to give you an indication how long we're talking about it. A lot will be east but still 6 to 12 in Houston. Thank you. Joining us now is Wendy
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