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at least seven people now dead after torrential rain swept through texas and oklahoma over memorial day weekend , and more severe weather is expected , the national weather service issuing a flash flood warning for houston on tuesday as another storm system moves through the gulf coast , governor greg abbott declared a state of emergency and like in the flooding across the state tsunami to observe first hand , but what the devastation looks like you cannot candy coat , it's absolutely massive , officials at the clean up effort will be quote tremendous , austin is one of the biggest cities as well in looking at an area where millions of people live and there is a lot of economic activity that's going on damage to yourself coming but they're going to be significant when we get there flights were canceled at airports in houston and dallas and about a hundred thousand customers were left without power