Houston remains under threat of rain from Harvey

ABC News senior meteorologist Rob Marciano reports from the flooded streets of Houston and tracks the latest path of the storm.
1:06 | 08/29/17

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Transcript for Houston remains under threat of rain from Harvey
Let's head straight to rob Marciano in Houston. He has the very latest on the forecast for Harvey and what comes next, rob. Hey, good morning, Amy. The rain finally lightening up on the west side of town. That rain shield will be making a west to east progression, Beaumont, Jefferson county and southwest Louisiana getting the bankrupt of the heavier rain but damage already done here in the Houston area and it will be several hours before it begins to lighten up substantially. The forecast track for this tropical storm, still at traffic stop Cal storm strength potentially gathering more strength as it heads towards the Louisiana coast and that's forecast to happen later tonight and early tomorrow morning. Maybe not making landfall until tomorrow afternoon in Cameron parish and where the heaviest rains will be east of that center. This is a neighborhood where rescues were ongoing -- hundreds of people rescued. We're standing at a four-way intersection where three of the four streets flooded used as boat ramps no doubt going on through today. Rob Marciano with the very latest. Thanks.

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