Posted March 24, 2019 06:05:25When the storm comes, your friends and family will be asking you for water.
You might not have any, and you’ll have to drink it.
So, how do you know if the water is there and if it’s safe to drink?
Here’s what you need to know about the weather in Texas.
Tropical storm Harvey has dumped more than a foot of rain on the state, and the National Weather Service has warned that it could get much worse.
It has dumped some 1.8 feet of rain so far, according to NWS.
There’s also a chance of more rain, which could be more severe, but NWS has warned not to get too worried.
The National Weather Center says that the storm has already moved into the Gulf Coast.
There is a chance for further heavy rain and storms in the coming days.
The storm will likely move eastward into Texas in the next few days, according the NWS, and will eventually bring winds of 120 mph (200 kph).
The storm also brought strong winds to parts of the Gulf of Mexico, according NOAA.
The NWS predicts that the rain will make landfall somewhere in Texas on Monday and could reach as far south as the Oklahoma-Kansas border.
If you’re concerned about how to prepare for the rain, the National Guard has been sent out to help.
The Department of Homeland Security has set up shelters and sent people to help, including food, water and medical care, according CNN.
The White House is also planning to help out, including offering food, clothing and other supplies.