Heavy rain and severe flooding is affecting some 22 million Americans Friday morning. Texas and Louisiana seem to be hardest hit, with much of the Houston area left under water. Flash flood watches are up in six states and the rain is expected to last into the weekend. Mireya Villarreal reports.
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