Tropical Storm Hanna to bring torrential rains to Texas, northern Mexico

Tropical Storm Hanna to make landfall in Texas this weekend

ORLANDO, Fla. — Tropical Storm Hanna was officially baptized late Thursday with its name. It is expected to continue moving west-southwest, making landfall South of Corpus Christi, near Padre Island on Saturday.

The main threat with this tropical storm will be the torrential rains. 2-4 inches of rain is expected along the coast extended through Louisiana. The southern tip of Texas. 4-8 inches of rain could trigger flash flooding. Isolated rainfall of about 12 inches is possible through northern Mexico and southern Texas. Rivers and streams could rapidly increase threatening life.


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