As Hurricane Harvey, now downgraded to Tropical Storm Harvey, grinds slowly through Texas, many tornadoes, as well as widespread floods due to record-breaking rainfall, are continuing to be reported in the region, APA reports quoting the NYT.
Following Friday's landfall of Hurricane Harvey, at the time a dangerous Category 4 storm, many affected regions have been declared disaster areas.
As the slow-moving storm continues to dump record-breaking amounts rain throughout the state, weather officials and local emergency services are warning of heavy flooding and tornadoes in the region. Several counties have reported rainfall levels at their highest since World War II.
As the storm, following predictions, stalls over the region, intense amounts of rainfall continue to hammer the area, and meteorologists are warning of another two days of the same conditions, which are likely to lead to extremely dangerous flood levels.
Additional information will be provided as it becomes available.
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