REPORT: Triple threat: Tropical Storms emerge in the Atlantic, one threatens Texas


A trio of tropical threats has emerged in the Atlantic basin, and forecasters are keeping a close watch.

Tropical Storm Imelda threatens to swamp portions of southeastern Texas with more than a foot of rain this week, possibly leading to dangerous, life-threatening flash floods.

The article goes on to state the following:

Although the storm officially made landfall Tuesday afternoon, enough rainfall is still forecast to cause significant street, highway and low-lying area flooding along the Gulf Coast of Texas, AccuWeather said. This includes the cities of Beaumont, Houston, Galveston, Matagorda, Victoria and Corpus Christi, Texas.

The Houston metro area is under flash-flood watch.

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