Texas braces for potentially catastrophic flooding

After Harvey hit Corpus Christi and Rockport hard, the now tropical storm makes its way through Texas with massive rain and potential flooding.
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Transcript for Texas braces for potentially catastrophic flooding
Now back to our top story tonight, that giant storm blasting the state of Texas with potentially catastrophic flooding. We turn again now to ABC's senior meteorologist, rob Marciano, who has been in the middle of it all. Rob? Reporter: Hey, Tom. Less than 24 hours ago, those winds came ashore. 130 miles an hour, rockport devastated just ferocious winds, and now that spiral is just in the northwest of Victoria. Just a tropical storm, but as long as that circulation is there, you will see it clearly, and we'll get a lot of rain, and if the threat of tornadoes persist north and east of the center. The tornado watch remains in effect. Hef ve rains for south Texas and south Louisiana for the next several days, Tom, so flooding will be an issue, Tom. Rob Marciano who has been up for the better part of two days. Our thanks to you and all our teams in the field. Tomorrow, we'll be anchoring the show live from Texas. I'm Tom llamas in New York. "Gma" first thing in the morning followed by "This week." Have a great evening.

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