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Imelda moves inland...expected to weaken but bring heavy rainfall to southeast Texas

Posted at 2:04 PM, Sep 17, 2019
and last updated 2019-09-18 10:58:04-04

UPDATE 9/18/19 11 AM

The last advisory was issued on Imelda this morning. It will continue to dump heavy rainfall across eastern Texas through the end of the week. This will be the final update from FOX 4.

FOX 4 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST DEREK BEASLEY

UPDATE 9/17/19 845 PM

Imelda made landfall earlier today and continues to move inland. Locally heavy rainfall will can be expected across southeast Texas through mid-week.

FOX 4 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST DEREK BEASLEY

UPDATE 9/17/19 145 PM

We have a new tropical storm in the Gulf. Tropical Storm Imelda formed off the Texas coast Tuesday afternoon. It will move inland through Wednesday bringing locally heavy rainfall to the upper Texas coast through the end of the week. Rainfall totals could exceed 10" in some areas.

FOX 4 CHIEF METEOROLOGIST DEREK BEASLEY

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