NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – As of Monday morning, Hurricane Hunter Reconnaissance Aircraft has not found a well-defined circulation in the tropical system in the Gulf, though near tropical force winds exist northeast and east of the center.
Regardless of the status of this system, east Texas is expected to receive large amounts of rainfall, which very well could cause more flooding.
The top graphic shows the rain amounts over the last 30 days of 12 inches to 18 inches in many areas of east Texas, including Dallas and Houston.
The flooding has been well documented in the news.
The Numerical Weather Prediction Center is forecasting 7 inches to 7.5 inches in much of east Texas through Thursday morning.
Obviously, serious flooding could occur again in east Texas.
The remnants of the system should bring rains to Middle Tennessee late Thursday, and more likely Friday and Saturday.
However, rain amounts should not be as high as Texas, more likely in the 1 to 2 inch range.
In addition, Middle Tennessee has not received the excessive rainfall Texas and Louisiana has had in advance.