Emergency officials in one East Texas county issued a stark warning to residents as the remnants of Hurricane Harvey doubled back toward land and dumped more rain on communities near the Texas-Louisiana state line.  The Facebook post from Tyler County Emergency Management warned residents of imminent and dangerous flooding.  “River levels will rise

to near seventy-nine feet. With additional rain fall accumulations, a potential elevation could reach near eighty-two feet,” the message said before ordering residents to leave the area.”Anyone who chooses to not heed this directive cannont [sic] expect to be rescued and should write their social security [sic] numbers in permanent marker on their arm so their bodies can be identified. The loss of life and property is certain. MORE