Tropical Storm Isaac is still causing big problems along the Gulf Coast.
The storm is still packing winds of up to 40 miles per hour, more than 36 hours after its initial landfall. The center is located over central Louisiana. Rainfall totals could reach 25 inches in some areas of Louisiana.
A tow truck driver in Mississippi was killed by a falling tree overnight while trying to clear debris.
An emergency evacuation is in effect in Louisiana's Washington Parish, where up to 14 feet of flood water from a local river is expected.
In Washington Parish, police and firemen are going door to door after flooding from Lake Ponchartrain forced people to flee.
An estimated 3000 people remain in Plaquemines Parish, where storm surge overtopped levees on Tuesday. 100 have already been rescued.
Nearly a million customers are without electricity in the Southeast.
Meanwhile, Karl has been upgraded to a hurricane in the Atlantic, though it poses no threat to land, and Tropical Depression 12 has just formed. Though forecasters expect it to veer away from the Caribbean, it's too early to say whether it will follow in Isaac's footsteps.