Imelda swamps parts of Texas with more than 3 feet of rain – Hurricane Videos

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(NBC NEWS) The remnants of former Hurricane Imelda moved slowly inland on Thursday, promising more rain and possibly tornadoes after killing two people and swamping southeastern Texas with rain that was measured in feet.

Imelda, which made landfall as a tropical storm near Freeport, Texas, on Tuesday, remained a major thunderstorm system Thursday evening as it moved northward about halfway between College Station and Waco.

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