HOUSTON (AP) — Rain from Tropical Depression Imelda deluged parts of Texas and Louisiana on Thursday, prompting hundreds of water rescues, a hospital evacuation and road closures in areas east of Houston
Galveston, Texas (CNN) — As Tropical Depression Imelda slowly makes its way to Louisiana, the storm is continuing to rain down on East Texas heavily enough to spark water rescues. A Flash Flood Emergency
Parts of the Texas Gulf Coast are experiencing their heaviest rainfall event since Hurricane Harvey in 2017, with a dangerous deluge dumping rainfall at rates approaching 4 to 6 inches per hour in spots.
A trio of storm systems were brewing in the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean on Tuesday, with one preparing to dump heavy rain in parts of Texas and Louisiana in the coming days. Tropical Storm Imelda
Imelda made landfall in southeast Texas on Tuesday with maximum sustained winds of 40 mph and flash flood watches impacting 6 million people. A tropical storm made landfall Tuesday near Freeport, Texas,
Tropical Depression Imelda churned over the Houston area on Wednesday, soaking some areas with more than 10 inches of rain and bringing the threat of heavy rainfall and flash flood watches to southeast