A small glimmer of hope this morning as Tropical Storm Harvey pushes east.
Today we are expecting an additional one to three inches of rain as the tropical storm makes its move through the Gulf.
Meteorologist Travis Herzog said because the storm traveled further east than expected, a Flash Flood Watch for much of southeast Texas has been reconfigured and reduced in time.
A number of counties west of Houston are now out of the Flash Flood Watch, and our amount of rain expected will be far less than we’ve seen over the last few days.
Houston and surrounding areas are in the middle of an unprecedented flooding emergency.
Water levels were coming down in some places this morning, but new rain that fell Tuesday is causing bayou water levels to rise again.
Yesterday, an additional 9 and 13 inches of rain fell in spots across the Houston area.