Heavy rain bands are expected to continue to move in over Houston overnight, which will continue the catastrophic and life-threatening flash-flood emergency in the area.
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner said the city is not out of the woods yet. This is only the second day of what could become three or four or five difficult ones, he said, while urging Houstonians not to tire and to remain vigilant.
Judge Ed Emmett of Harris County, in which Houston is located, said this evening that as night falls, rescue operations will continue and become more difficult.
He urged stranded residents to try to reach their roof if possible, where rescuers can spot them.
He said his biggest concern is reaching those who are trapped and getting them to shelters. Dozens of shelters are set up at buildings including mosques, he added.
Televangelist Joel Osteen cancelled services at his Houston megachurch Sunday and has yet to reopen its doors — despite the fact that thousands of flooded-out residents are desperately seeking shelter.
The perpetually smiling pastor told followers on Twitter on Monday to lean on their faith.
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