In Houston, rain finally stops but danger not over yet

Flood-ravaged Houston got a bit of good news Tuesday evening: The rain finally stopped.

After five days of record rainfall — more than 50 inches in some places — from now-Tropical Storm Harvey, the sun finally came out Tuesday, and meteorologists said the region would soon get a chance to start drying out.

Maybe the best sunset Houston has ever seen, or needed #Harveypic.twitter.com/lNIuOE71hp

— Michael Ciaglo (@MichaelCiaglo) August 30, 2017

“It’s the end of the beginning,” National Hurricane Center meteorologist Dennis Feltgen told the Associated Press.

Harvey isn’t done yet, though. The storm is expected to make landfall again Wednesday, bringing torrential rain to parts of east Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee and Missouri, and the threat of potential flooding to those areas.

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