August 25, 2017
Hurricane Harvey, has, up till now, been quite unpredictable. Indeed, as I type this, the tracking 'cone' is a big circle. However , best guess looks like Harvey is going to nail Corpus Christi almost dead on. The storm is expected to be a high category 3 or even a 4 by the time it makes landfall and as much as 60 inches of rain are predicted for some areas.
There is a bit of uncertainty...
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Not evacuating, though we were released from work early yesterday. We got some heavy rain this morning
, but we're in the clear right now.
Posted by: ubu at Sat Aug 26 10:21:21 2017 (UlsdO)
Are you sure about that, Ubu? According to YouTube and Twitter, everyone in Southeast Texas must be dead by now.
Posted by: Ben at Sat Aug 26 12:39:07 2017 (B1bvu)
I just bought a house right around there, too :-)
Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at Sat Aug 26 17:51:43 2017 (pjL8P)
I'm in Brenham, about 60 miles west of Houston, and I've had steady rain since last night. Nothing devastating, and no wind worth mentioning.
Posted by: Jabrwok at Sat Aug 26 19:05:47 2017 (wKZS0)
I know someone who evacuated from Port Aransas. He was facebooking updates, and the town is quite beaten up, but not leveled. Lots of structures still standing with varying degree of damage. However, the city systems are down. In particular the sewer is a problem.
Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at Sun Aug 27 16:24:46 2017 (pjL8P)
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