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District meteorologist Jeff Lindner says residents of neighborhoods surrounding the Addicks Reservoir and Barker Reservoir could be affected initially with street flooding, but residents' homes could be flooded as well. The Harris County Office of Emergency Management said residents around the reservoirs should pack their cars with what they want to bring but not to until daybreak to leave as the rain continues to fall. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner is responding to an overwhelming number of corporate and citizen inquiries by establishing the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund to accept tax-deductible flood relief donations.The fund is administered by the Greater Houston Community Foundation.In the past 48 hours, numerous spots in the region have measured more than 25 inches of rainfall.The hurricane center says Harvey's center was expected to drift off the middle Texas coast on Monday and meander offshore through Tuesday before beginning "a slow northeastward motion." ___ p.m.CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (AP) - The Latest on Tropical Storm Harvey (all times local): a.m.An Army Corps of Engineers spokesman says crews have started releasing water from two flood-control reservoirs in the Houston area ahead of schedule. Phillip) Spokesman Jay Townsend says the water releases began early Monday at the Addicks and Barker reservoirs after water levels increased dramatically over the past few hours.
The forecasters said "little change in strength is forecast during the next 24 hours." In fact, "some slight re-strengthening is possible after the center moves off the coast on Monday night and Tuesday." The storm is expected to rain an additional 15 to 25 inches through Friday over the upper Texas Gulf coast and into southwestern Louisiana.
Turner reiterated at a Sunday night news conference that the best course of action was for residents in Houston and surrounding areas to stay in place.
Factors in his decision included not knowing where Harvey, when it was still a hurricane, was headed and the "crazy" logistics of trying to plan an evacuation of 2.3 million people within a couple of days.
Donors have the option of increasing their credit card donations to cover this fee. It continues to creep to the east-southeast at 3 mph (6 kmh).
That means it remains virtually stalled near the coast and continues to drop heavy rain on the Houston and Galveston areas.