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Tropical Storm Bill made landfall in Texas on Tuesday, three weeks after deadly floods in the region claimed about 30 lives and caused significant damage.

The storm has weakened, but it dumped heavy rain that flooded streets and left at least one person dead, according to Reuters. Air travel and traffic have had to slow—roads are backed up and hundreds of flights have been cancelled.

Following are photos showing the effects the extreme weather have had across the area over the last several weeks.

In this photo taken in Port Lavaca, city worker Oscar Quinenilla helps clear debris from a marina area as Tropical Storm Bill makes landfall.

Eric Gay | AP