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Imelda Causing 'Major, Catastrophic Flooding' In Southeast Texas, Forecasters Warn

Some parts of southeast Texas could see rain totals of 25 to 35 inches through Friday, the National Weather Service says.

"Major, catastrophic flooding is occurring across much of southeast Texas," the National Weather Service says, warning that Tropical Depression Imelda is producing extreme rainfall. With more intense rain in the forecast, the agency says, some areas could see rain totals of 25 to 35 inches through Friday.

The storm forced Houston's to order a full ground stop

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