Tropical Storm Harvey, a Class four hurricane at its peak, continues to drench the Gulf Coast. As many as thirteen million individuals are beneath flood watches and warnings.
Houston had already acquired 30 inches of rain and braced for extra water early Monday. The flood menace is spreading into neighboring Louisiana, the Nationwide Climate Service warned, and can convey as much as 25 inches of rain within the southwest a part of that state.
Rescue and help efforts are underway, however residents nonetheless need assistance as an estimated 30,000 individuals will search momentary shelter.
Right here’s how one can assist:
Occasions employees writers Matt Pearce, Molly Hennessy-Fiske and Jenny Jarvie contributed to this text.
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This is what we find out about Tropical Storm Harvey: Rain, flooding and other people needing rescue