Harvey on track to dump more rainfall

ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee tracks the path of Tropical Storm Harvey and its potential to hit Louisiana and Texas with more rain and flooding.
1:02 | 08/29/17

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Transcript for Harvey on track to dump more rainfall
back at home. Want to go to ginger zee. Ginger, you've been sounding the alarm bells on this storm from the very start. What can we expect next? Ah, George, the longest named storm to torture Texas now in history. And we're looking at more than 43 inches. That's the latest number that's come in from south Houston itself. Many places reported 20 to 40 inches of rain and it's still raining so here's what we can expect. Houston, you will still see rain for the next couple of hours, moderate to even heavy at times on that outside band. The storm itself is back in the gulf. But the flash flood warnings and watches stretch all the way to mobile. Through biloxi and New Orleans and, remember, the outer bands is what did the most damage, the most rain, they have moved into eastern Louisiana this morning. I want to take you through the path because this is important to see. It's out in the gulf but, of course, the rain shield is on the north side. By Wednesday morning it's still there. By Wednesday afternoon, aim, it looks like it makes another landfall, goes north and by Friday we can finally see this thing start to die out.

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