Harvey made a second landfall near the Louisiana-Texas border on Wednesday, drenching the region with rain that could lead to "catastrophic and life-threatening flooding." Harvey is expected to bring winds of 30-40 mph and a 2-4 foot storm surge along the Louisiana-Texas border.
The rainfall that caused a deluge in Texas has ended for the most part in Houston and is moving east, threatening to dump an additional 3-6 inches from southwestern Louisiana into western Kentucky, the National Hurricane Center said.
Before Harvey made landfall around 5 a.m. ET, two people were killed when a tree fell onto a truck in Jackson County, Texas, an area that was "particularly hard hit" by the storm, officials said. Louisiana has beefed up its emergency resources, doubling up on high water vehicles, boats and helicopters on duty.
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