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Category 4 Hurricane Harvey: South Texas Landfall & Impacts from August 25th to 29th, 2017

...Hurricane Harvey is the first Major Hurricane to strike South Texas since Celia in 1970...

...Hurricane Harvey is the first Hurricane to strike the Texas Coast since Ike in 2008...

NHC Preliminary Best Track of Harvey (Click points above to view additional information.)

Over the past several years, meteorologists in South Texas (and other areas) have stated "it's not a matter of if but when" a major hurricane would strike the Middle Texas Coast. The last hurricane to do so was Celia back on August 3rd, 1970. Well, the "when" happened on August 25th 2017, when Harvey made landfall along the Middle Texas Coast. Harvey exploded rapidly from a tropical depression to a major hurricane in less than 36 hours. After impacting the Yucatan Peninsula earlier in the month as a tropical storm, Harvey moved into the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico late on Tuesday August 22nd.

KCRP Radar Loop - 500 AM CDT August 25 through 912 AM CDT August 26, 2017

The birth of Harvey occurred on Sunday August 13th, 2017 as a tropical wave emerged off the west coast of Africa, eventually merging with a broad area of low pressure near the Cabo Verde Islands. At first, it was thought the wave and the low pressure area would have a more west-northwest track, threatening the Lesser Antilles. However, this low stayed more on a westward course as it moved over the open Atlantic Ocean toward the Eastern Caribbean Sea. For a few days on its westward track, "Harvey" remained disorganized, and there was some uncertainty whether the low would become a tropical cyclone. However, by Thursday August 17th, the National Hurricane Center began issuing advisories and forecasts on Tropical Cyclone Nine Thursday morning, and Tropical Storm Harvey Thursday afternoon. Tropical Storm Warnings were issued that afternoon for Martinique, St. Lucia, Barbados, and St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Tropical Storm Harvey impacted the Windward Islands on Friday, August 18th, entering the Eastern Caribbean Sea as a minimal tropical storm, and eventually weakening to a tropical wave late Saturday evening. Although there was some potential for the remnants of Harvey to reorganize into a tropical cyclone, a tropical cyclone failed to form as the remnants of Harvey moved into the Yucatan Peninsula on Tuesday morning, August 22nd.

The genesis of Harvey from a Depression to a Major Hurricane: 542 PM CDT 08/23/17 to 657 PM CDT 08/26/17 (GOES-16 data is non-operational.)

With very warm waters in the Bay of Campeche and the Western Gulf of Mexico, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) was fairly confident that the remnants of Harvey would reform into a tropical cyclone. At 10 AM CDT Wednesday August 23rd, Tropical Depression Harvey reformed. Initially, NHC believed Harvey would become either a strong tropical storm or a Category 1 hurricane before making landfall somewhere between Brownsville (early Friday morning) and Houston (early Saturday morning), with the most likely location near the Rockport area late Friday night . However, with wind shear in the Western Gulf of Mexico weakening, Tropical Storm Harvey was intensifying quickly. By Wednesday evening, Harvey was forecast to make landfall as a hurricane somewhere over the Texas Coast.

On Thursday August 24th, Harvey's impact on the Middle and Upper Texas Coast seemed almost certain and potentially devastating. Not only was Harvey forecast to become a hurricane by Thursday evening, but it was expected to strengthen and make landfall as a major hurricane (Category 3 or higher) on Friday (see forecast). Worse yet, once the storm moved inland, it was forecast to eventually stall and meander over South or Southeast Texas for days. Thus, Major hurricane Harvey was not only forecast to produce devastating winds, but extremely heavy and excessive rainfall, producing devastating and historic flooding over areas especially east of the center of circulation (still most likely just north of Copano Bay).

Harvey underwent rapid intensification and quickly became a Category 3 hurricane on Friday at 2 PM (120 mph sustained winds) and then a Category 4 hurricane (130 mph sustained winds) early Friday evening. As Harvey slowly approached the coast, the National Weather Service in Corpus Christi issued a rare Extreme Wind Warning. Extreme wind warnings are issued for landfalling major hurricanes with winds of 115 mph or higher. Harvey was forecast to have winds in the eyewall between 115 and 130 mph! Three extreme wind warnings were ultimately issued for Harvey. The eye of Major Hurricane Harvey first made landfall on San Jose Island and then near the Rockport and Fulton, Texas area at around 10 PM CDT.

Many observing stations in South Texas with equipment measuring wind speeds were disabled before they could record the highest wind speeds. Thus, some of the observed wind speeds tallied over South Texas may be underestimated, especially over areas near the coast and close to the eyewall of Harvey. Still, a peak wind gust of 132 mph was reported 2 miles ENE of Port Aransas (the highest observed wind gusts as of this writing). Copano Village reported a peak wind gust of 125 mph.

Although the eye of Harvey made landfall around 30 miles northeast of the city of Corpus Christi, strong and damaging wind gusts were experienced away from the center of circulation at the Corpus Christi International Airport and in the city as well as other locations. The Corpus Christi International Airport had a 63 mph gust before it went offline. The Victoria RAWS station had a peak gust of 83 mph. Much higher wind gusts did occur in the city of Corpus Christi, as the Doppler radar showed velocities of 70 mph or more, just a few hundred feet off the surface.

Rockport and Fulton were hardest by the storm as they took a direct hit from Harvey's eyewall. Many structures, residences, and business in and near the Rockport and Fulton area were damaged or destroyed, as roofs were blown off and walls collapsed. Electricity and water services were lost. The city's infrastructure was crippled. Significant structural damage also occurred in numerous other coastal town including Port Lavaca, Copano Village, Aransas Pass, Port Aransas and Ingleside. You can see more damage photos in the Photos section. Tens of thousands of South Texas residents and businesses lost power for days, with the hardest hit areas likely losing power for several weeks. Although there was a significant number of trees, fences and power poles down or damaged in the Corpus Christi Metropolitan area, structural damage was much more isolated.

The storm surge from Harvey brought dramatically increased water and tide levels over the Texas Coast. The highest maximum storm tides were observed at the Aransas Wildlife Refuge, where the storm surge levels were more than 12 feet above ground level. Storm surge in Port Lavaca was also more than 10 feet and at least 6 feet in Port Aransas. Elsewhere across South Texas, storm tide levels were from near 3 to 6 feet above ground level at Seadrift, Port O'Connor, Holiday Beach, Copano Bay, Port Aransas, and Bob Hall Pier.

Besides wind and storm surge, hurricanes and tropical storms are notorious for producing torrential rainfall and flash flooding. Unfortunately, Harvey was unique. Instead of moving inland and farther away from the coast, Harvey stalled over South and Southeast Texas for days, producing catastrophic devastating and deadly flash and river flooding. Southeast Texas beared the brunt of the heavy rainfall, with some areas receiving more than 40 inches of rain in less than 48 hours! Cedar Bayou in Houston received a storm total of 51.88 inches of rainfall which is a new North American record. However, South Texas residents were not spared from this impact from Harvey, as heavy rainfall and flash flooding were observed over the eastern portions of the area. Several flash flood warnings were issued during the evening and overnight hours of August 25th and 26th, as torrential tropical rains impacted the coastal counties of the Coastal Bend, as well as the Victoria Crossroads region. 24-hour rainfall amounts ending at 7 AM Saturday August 26th indicated that widespread 10 to 15 inch rainfall amounts (with isolated +15 inch amounts) had fallen over portions of San Patricio, Refugio, and Aransas Counties. Most of the eastern half of South Texas received 3 or more inches of rainfall, with much lower amounts farther west. As Harvey drifted farther north, the heavier rainfall shifted with it, with 24 hour rainfall amounts ending on Sunday August 27th of 3 or more inches over much of Victoria County and portions of Calhoun and Aransas Counties. The heavy rainfall shifted northeast into Southeast Texas on Monday. By then, 15 to 25 inch storm total (72-hour) rainfall amounts were observed over much of Aransas and Refugio Counties, as well as portions of San Patricio and Victoria Counties. Rainfall totals for Harvey decreased dramatically farther south and west, with portions of Webb County receiving no rainfall at all!

All of this excessive precipitation resulted in major river flooding over the Guadalupe River and the Garcitas and Coleto Creeks. Near major flooding was observed on the Copano Creek near Refugio, with moderate flooding on the Mission River (See the Hydrology Section for the pertinent hydrographs). Other rivers and creeks over the eastern half of South Texas saw rises, but most did not exceed flood stage. As of this writing, the Guadalupe River at Victoria is expected to crest around 31.4 feet, while Bloomington is expected to crest around 30 feet. If these verify, these will be the second highest crests at these two gauges since records have been kept, with the record stage at Victoria occurring on October 20th 1998 (34.04 feet), and 34.00 feet at Bloomington on October 21st 1998.

After causing deadly and damaging winds and floods to South Texas, and catastrophic, historical, devastating, and life-threatening flooding over Southeast Texas, Harvey finally made its final landfall near Cameron, Louisiana during the overnight hours on Wednesday August 30th. More heavy rainfall and flooding occurred over the Northern Gulf States on its final landfall. South Texas residents who experienced Harvey will long remember the storm and, unfortunately many other residents will take a long time to recover from this historic and unusual tropical system.

POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...HURRICANE HARVEY...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CORPUS CHRISTI TX
1054 AM CDT FRI SEP 15 2017


NOTE: THE DATA SHOWN HERE ARE PRELIMINARY....AND SUBJECT TO UPDATES
AND CORRECTIONS AS APPROPRIATE.

THIS REPORT INCLUDES EVENTS OCCURRING WHEN WATCHES AND/OR WARNINGS
WERE IN EFFECT...OR WHEN SIGNIFICANT FLOODING ASSOCIATED WITH HARVEY

COUNTIES INCLUDED...VICTORIA...CALHOUN...ARANSAS...REFUGIO...
GOLIAD...BEE...SAN PATRICIO...NUECES...KLEBERG...JIM WELLS...
LIVE OAK

SEP 05...UPDATED FOR...

1. SECTION E - CHANGED BEACH EROSION CATEGORY FOR PORT LAVACA FROM
UNKNOWN TO MAJOR...PORT OCONNOR FROM UNKNOWN TO MINOR.

2. SECTION G - ADDED CALHOUN COUNTY IMPACTS.

SEP 06...UPDATED FOR...

1. SECTION A - ADDED NON METAR OBSERVATION FOR GOLIAD AND VICTORIA
COUNTIES.

2. SECTION C - ADDED ADDITIONAL RAINFALL OBSERVATIONS FOR GOLIAD AND
VICTORIA COUNTIES.

SEP 06...UPDATED FOR...

1. SECTION A - ADDED NON METAR OBSERVATION FOR GOLIAD AND VICTORIA
COUNTIES.

2. SECTION C - ADDED ADDITIONAL RAINFALL TOTALS FOR GOLIAD AND
VICTORIA COUNTIES.

SEP 12...UPDATED FOR...

1. SECTION A - ADDED NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION DOW TEAM
DATA...ADDED INLAND RAWS DATA.

2. SECTION E - ADJUSTED MOST BEACH EROSION DEPICTIONS BASED OFF
UPDATED INFORMATION. ADDED SAN JOSE ISLAND.

3. SECTION G - ADDED ADDITIONAL COUNTY IMPACTS.

SEP 15...UPDATED FOR...

1. SECTION A - ADDED TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY STICKNET DATA. ADDED
COLETO CREEK RESERVOIR WIND DATA.

2. SECTION B - ADJUSTED PEAK WIND SPEEDS...DIRECTION...AND TIMES OF
OCCURRENCE FOR WEATHERFLOW SITES. ALSO ADDED ANEMOMETER HEIGHT AND
WIND AVG PERIOD FOR THOSE SITES.

3. SECTION E - ADDED BRIEF REMARK ABOUT SAN JOSE ISLAND LAND CUTS.







A. LOWEST SEA LEVEL PRESSURE/MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS AND PEAK GUSTS
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METAR OBSERVATIONS...
NOTE: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IS 10 METERS AND WIND AVERAGING IS 2 MINUTES
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LOCATION  ID    MIN    DATE/     MAX      DATE/     PEAK    DATE/
LAT  LON        PRES   TIME      SUST     TIME      GUST    TIME
DEG DECIMAL     (MB)   (UTC)     (KT)     (UTC)     (KT)    (UTC)
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KCRP-CORPUS CHRISTI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
27.77 -97.50    994.5 25/2351 I 330/036  25/2251 I 330/055 25/2324 I

KVCT-VICTORIA REGIONAL AIRPORT
28.85 -96.92    998.3 26/0451 I 080/037  26/0451 I 070/051 26/0425 I

KALI-ALICE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
27.74 -98.03   1000.7 26/0653   280/029  26/0853   290/041 26/0640

KRKP-ARANSAS COUNTY AIRPORT
28.09 -97.04    969.8 26/0153 I 020/044  25/2202 I 010/060 25/2152 I

KNQI-NAVAL AIR STATION KINGSVILLE
27.51 -97.81    999.0 26/0056   330/031  25/1956   320/042 25/2124

KNGP-NAVAL AIR STATION CORPUS CHRISTI
27.69 -97.29    994.0 25/2056 I 330/054  25/2149 I 340/065 25/2144 I

KPKV-CALHOUN COUNTY AIRPORT
28.65 -96.68   9999.0 /       I 050/034  26/0058 I 050/043 26/0058 I

KRAS-MUSTANG BEACH AIRPORT
27.81 -97.09   9999.0 /       I 360/047  25/1955 I 350/059 25/2035 I

KRBO-NUECES COUNTY AIRPORT
27.78 -97.69   9999.0 /       I 320/039  26/0315 I 310/051 26/0335 I

KBEA-BEEVILLE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT
28.36 -97.79   9999.0 /       I 360/030  26/0015 I 360/038 26/0015 I

REMARKS:


NON-METAR OBSERVATIONS...
NOTE: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IN METERS AND WIND AVERAGING PERIOD IN
MINUTES INDICATED UNDER MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WIND IF KNOWN
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LOCATION  ID    MIN    DATE/     MAX      DATE/     PEAK    DATE/
LAT  LON        PRES   TIME      SUST     TIME      GUST    TIME
DEG DECIMAL     (MB)   (UTC)     (KT)     (UTC)     (KT)    (UTC)
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TEXAS A&M CORPUS CHRISTI
27.71 -97.32    985.0 26/0153   999/999  99/9999 I 999/075 25/2309

FCMP
28.08 -97.05   9999.0 99/9999   999/088  99/9999   999/122 99/9999

KTXGOLIA4
28.52 -97.41   9999.0 99/9999 I 999/999  99/9999 I 180/054 99/9999 I

TXVC-4
28.82 -96.96    984.4 26/1203   999/999  99/9999   999/074 26/1252

NSFDOW
28.08 -97.04   9999.0 99/9999   999/090  26/9999   999/126 26/9999

VCRT2
28.86 -96.92   9999.0 99/9999   124/050  26/1204   134/072 26/1304

GWRT2
28.36 -98.12   9999.0 99/9999   293/021  26/1406   330/035 26/0806

0102A
27.87 -97.29  99999.0 99/9999   999/051  99/9999   999/066 99/9999

0103A
27.90 -97.13   9999.0 99/9999   999/066  99/9999   999/094 99/9999

0104A
28.11 -97.03   9999.0 99/9999   999/069  99/9999 I 999/088 99/9999 I

0105A
28.33 -96.93   9999.0 99/9999   999/071  99/9999   999/090 99/9999

0106A
28.43 -96.73   9999.0 99/9999   999/057  99/9999   999/076 99/9999

0108A
28.03 -97.24   9999.0 99/9999   999/073  99/9999   999/086 99/9999

0110A
28.40 -96.87   9999.0 99/9999   999/068  99/9999   999/089 99/9999

0111A
28.66 -96.42   9999.0 99/9999   999/040  99/9999   999/053 99/9999

0112A
28.58 -96.63   9999.0 99/9999   999/044  99/9999   999/058 99/9999

0213A
27.70 -97.15   9999.0 99/9999   999/066  99/9999   999/080 99/9999

0214A
27.58 -97.22   9999.0 99/9999   999/053  99/9999   999/068 99/9999

0220A
28.16 -97.21   9999.0 99/9999   999/074  99/9999 I 999/086 99/9999 I

CKDT2
28.72 -97.20   9999.0 99/9999   999/999  99/9999 I 999/076 99/9999 I

REMARKS: FCMP WAS VIA UNIV OF FLORIDA RESEARCH TEAM DEPLOYED NEAR
ARANSAS COUNTY AIRPORT. PEAK GUST LISTED ABOVE IS 1 SECOND GUST AT
10 METERS. A PEAK 1 SECOND GUST OF 131 KTS AT 15 METERS WAS ALSO
RECORDED. KTXGOLIA4 IS A PERSONALLY OWNED SITE DEEMED TO BE ACCURATE
AND RELIABLE LOCATED APPROX 10 MILES SOUTH OF GOLIAD. PEAK GUST WAS
NEARLY 55 KTS AROUND 26/0200Z BEFORE SITE STOPPED REPORTING.NSFDOW
IS NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION DOPPLER ON WHEELS ANEMOMETER DATA
LOCATED NEAR ARANSAS COUNTY AIRPORT. PEAK GUST LISTED ABOVE IS 1
SECOND GUST AT 10 METERS AND PEAK SUSTAINED VALUE IS 1 MINUTE
SUSTAINED AT 10 METERS. A 3 SECOND GUST OF 116 KTS WAS ALSO MEASURED
AT 10 METERS.
 0102A THROUGH 0220A SITES ARE TEXAS TECH UNIV STICKNET DATA
DEPLOYED ALONG COAST. PEAK SUSTAINED WIND SPEEDS ARE 1 MINUTE AND
PEAK GUSTS ARE 3 SECOND. NOTE THAT 0104A WAS STRUCK BY DEBRIS AND
DID NOT CAPTURE WIND VALUES. 0220A ALSO DID NOT CAPTURE PEAK VALUES.



B. MARINE OBSERVATIONS...
NOTE: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IN METERS AND WIND AVERAGING PERIOD IN
MINUTES INDICATED UNDER MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WIND IF KNOWN
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LOCATION  ID    MIN    DATE/     MAX      DATE/     PEAK    DATE/
LAT  LON        PRES   TIME      SUST     TIME      GUST    TIME
DEG DECIMAL     (MB)   (UTC)     (KT)     (UTC)     (KT)    (UTC)
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RCPT2-ROCKPORT
28.02  -97.05   941.8 26/0336 I 017/059  26/0154 I 016/094 26/0148 I


MQTT2-BOB HALL PIER
27.58  -97.21   986.3 26/0112   298/050  25/2242   304/066 25/2154


RTAT2-PORT ARANSAS
27.84  -97.07   959.3 26/0224   354/050  25/2242 I 339/069 25/2354 I


CPNT2-COPANO BAY
28.11  -97.02   944.0 26/0400 I 021/089  26/0306 I 020/101 26/0306 I


NUET2-NUECES BAY
27.83  -97.49   989.3 26/0254   325/051  26/0324   331/065 26/0254


VCAT2-PORT LAVACA
28.64  -96.61   993.3 26/0942   122/053  26/0806   119/067 26/0736


BABT2-BAFFIN BAY
27.30  -97.41   995.5 25/2306 I 293/044  25/2230   293/055 25/2230


PACT2-PACKERY CHANNEL
27.63  -97.24   986.1 26/0136   289/058  25/2318   310/072 25/2242


SDRT2-SEADRIFT
28.40  -96.71   985.5 26/0606   119/054  26/0630   118/074 26/0618


PCNT2-PORT OCONNOR
28.44  -96.40   994.2 26/0354   170/054  26/1054   138/070 26/0612


AWRT2-ARANSAS WILDLIFE REFUGE
28.22  -96.80   970.5 26/0424   087/068  26/0324   087/092 26/0324


IRDT2-S BIRD ISLAND
27.48  -97.32   991.7 25/2306   203/047  26/0142   203/062 26/0142


ANPT2 - PORT ARANSAS SENTINEL
27.83  -97.04   964.0 26/0202 I 264/096  26/0142 I 246/115 26/0242 I


XPOE-WEATHERFLOW POENISCH PARK
27.72  -97.34   988.4 26/0220   999/049  26/0115   999/064 25/2210
                                   10/01

XLAG-WEATHERFLOW LAGUNA SHORES
27.63  -97.29   985.4 260206    339/052  25/2217   335/071 25/2221
                                   10/01

XCRP-WEATHERFLOW HURRNET
27.59  -97.30   986.0 26/0132   291/047  26/0304   297/065 26/0132
                                   10/01

XWLD-WEATHERFLOW WILDCAT PORTLAND
27.86  -97.32   984.7 26/0335 I 298/048  26/0355 I 306/064 26/0325 I
                                   05/05

PTAT2-PORT ARANSAS CMAN
27.82  -97.05   961.7 26/0200   281/083  26/0220   292/108 26/0150


MAXT2-COPANO EAST
28.13  -97.03   972.0 26/0200 I 020/073  26/0200 I 020/102 26/0200 I


MIST2-ARANSAS SHIP CHANNEL
27.83  -97.05   967.0 26/0115 I 020/057  25/2200 I                 I


AFWT2-ARANSAS WILDLIFE REFUGE RAWS
28.30  -96.82                   087/045  25/2259   105/094 25/2359


MIRT2-MATAGORDA ISLAND RAWS
28.12  -96.80                   059/044  25/2312 I 059/072 25/2312 I


REMARKS: RCPT2 ANEMOMETER DESTROYED AT APPROX 26/0200Z AND STATION
DESTROYED AT APPROX 26/0800Z. RTAT2 TCOON STATION ANEMOMETER FAILED.
COPANO BAY DATA LOST AFTER APPROX 06Z. ANPT2 SENTINEL STOPPED
REPORTING AND MAY NOT HAVE RECORDED MAXIMUM EVENT VALUES. XWLD
FAILED WHEN PIER SENSOR WAS ON WAS SWEPT AWAY. NOS SITE MAXT2 ON
COPANO BAY EAST STOPPED REPORTING AND MAY NOT HAVE RECORDED MAXIMUM
WIND VALUES. MIST2 ANEMOMETER STOPPED REPORTING BEFORE TIME OF
MAXIMUM WINDS. MIRT2 STOPPED REPORTING BEFORE TIME OF MAXIMUM WINDS.



C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 0000 UTC AUG 24 UNTIL 2345 UTC AUG 30
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CITY/TOWN                    COUNTY               ID         RAINFALL
LAT LON                                                       (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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10 S GOLIAD                  GOLIAD              KTXGOLIA     22.68
28.52  -97.39

3.8 NW VICTORIA              VICTORIA            TX-VC-26     17.08
28.86  -97.03

9.5 SW VICTORIA              VICTORIA            TX-VC-29     14.45
28.72  -97.09

VICTORIA                     VICTORIA            TXVC-4       14.29
28.82  -96.98

1.9 NW WESER                 GOLIAD              TX-GD-15     13.02
28.89  -97.38

1.0 NNW REFUGIO              REFUGIO             TX-RF-08     13.00
28.31  -97.28

12.10 W VICTORIA             VICTORIA            TX-VC-22     11.85
28.82  -97.18

0.4 NNW NURSERY              VICTORIA            TX-VC-27     11.52
28.92  -97.11

14.3 NNE GOLIAD              GOLIAD              TX-GD-25     11.12
28.86  -97.33

5.3 SSW INEZ                 VICTORIA            TX-VC-9      11.09
28.81  -96.81

11.9 SE VICTORIA             VICTORIA            TX-VC-3       9.78
28.70  -96.84

COLETO CREEK                 GOLIAD              CKDT2         9.42 I
28.73  -97.17

3.60 S CORPUS CHRISTI        NUECES              TX-NU-73      6.23
27.71  -97.50

7.3 NW BERCLAIR              GOLIAD              TX-GD-24      6.10
28.61  -97.66

1.3 NW PORTLAND              SAN PATRICIO        TX-SP-18      5.72
27.89  -97.34

12.6 NNE BEEVILLE            GOLIAD              TX-GD-16      5.04
28.55  -97.72

CHOKE CANYON DAM NORTH S     LIVE OAK            TX-LO-05      4.16
28.50  -98.31

8.6 NNE THREE RIVERS         LIVE OAK            TX-LO-13      4.07
28.60  -98.10

4.50 SE ORANGE GROVE         NUECES              TX-NU-12      3.70
27.90  -97.89

8.1 WNW ORANGE GROVE         JIM WELLS           TX-JW-03      3.66
27.99  -98.06

1.6 SW FLOUR BLUFF           NUECES              TX-NU-10      3.65
27.63  -97.32

5.1 NNW SANDIA               LIVE OAK            TX-LO-14      3.55
28.07  -97.92

4.3 SW ORANGE GROVE          JIM WELLS           TX-JW-05      3.48
27.95  -97.94

4.8 W CORPUS CHRISTI         NUECES              TX-NU-38      3.44
27.76  -97.58

9 S BEEVILLE                 BEE                 TX-BEE-1      3.39
28.28  -97.75

CHOKE CANYON DAM             LIVE OAK            CHOT2         3.19
28.50  -98.31

11.3 S GEORGE WEST           LIVE OAK            TX-LO-16      3.13
28.16  -98.12

4 SSW MATHIS                 SAN PATRICIO        MTHT2         2.70
28.09  -97.82

8 NE GEORGE WEST             LIVE OAK            TX-LO-12      2.63
28.41  -98.02

2.9 E GEORGE WEST            LIVE OAK            TX-LO-11      2.34
28.33  -98.07

3.3 NW ORANGE GROVE          JIM WELLS           TX-JW-06      2.33
27.98  -97.98

GEORGE WEST 2SW              LIVE OAK            GEWT2         2.04
28.33  -98.12

1.8 SSW GEORGE WEST          LIVE OAK            TX-LO-21      2.04
28.30  -98.13

0.6 E KINGSVILLE             KLEBERG             TX-KL-11      1.84
27.50  -97.85

6.5 SSE KINGSVILLE           KLEBERG             TX-KL-02      1.81
27.42  -97.82

2.70 NNW GEORGE WEST         LIVE OAK            TX-LO-09      1.38
28.36  -98.14

REMARKS:



D. INLAND FLOODING...
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E. MAXIMUM STORM SURGE AND STORM TIDE...
OFFICIAL TIDE GAUGES NOTED WITH LEADING G
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COUNTY           CITY/TOWN        SURGE   TIDE   DATE/   BEACH
                 OR LOCATION      (FT)    (FT)   TIME    EROSION
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CALHOUN        G PORT LAVACA       7.06   6.71  26/1018 MODERATE

CALHOUN        G PORT OCONNOR      3.14   2.80  25/2124    MINOR

ARANSAS        G ARANSAS WILDLIF   4.80   4.76  26/0212 MODERATE

ARANSAS        G COPANO BAY        4.12   3.97  26/0630    MAJOR  I

ARANSAS        G ROCKPORT          1.97   1.86  26/0448    MINOR  I

NUECES         G PORT ARANSAS      5.53   5.21  26/0212    MAJOR

NUECES         G USS LEXINGTON     1.11   0.91  25/1800     NONE

NUECES         G PACKERY CHANNEL   4.73   4.64  26/0030 MODERATE

NUECES         G BOB HALL PIER     4.24   3.53  25/2012 MODERATE

CALHOUN        G SEADRIFT          5.77   5.52  26/1130 MODERATE

ARANSAS          SAN JOSE ISLAND  9999.00 9999.00  99/9999    MAJOR


REMARKS: STORM TIDE DATUM IS WITH RESPECT TO MEAN HIGHER HIGH
WATER...MHHW. COPANO BAY AND ROCKPORT SITES MALFUNCTIONED DURING
STORM.NOTE...MAJOR BEACH EROSION ALONG BAY AND SHIPPING CHANNEL SIDE
OF PORT ARANSAS. MODERATE BEACH EROSION ALONG GULF SIDE OF PORT
ARANSAS. GENERALLY MINOR BEACH EROSION AT ROCKPORT EXCEPT ALONG
FULTON BEACH ROAD WHERE EROSION WAS MODERATE.
 NOTE...AN ESTIMATED 12 TO 14 NEW CUTS WERE FORMED ON SAN JOSE
ISLAND.



F. TORNADOES...
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(DIST)CITY/TOWN              COUNTY           DATE/         EF SCALE
LAT LON (DEG DECIMAL                          TIME(UTC)    (IF KNOWN)
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4 NNE SEADRIFT               CALHOUN          25/2114          EF0
28.43  -96.67

FACEBOOK PHOTOS AND VIDEO SHOWED A BRIEF TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ON
GATES ROAD NEAR SEADRIFT. A SHED AND CARPORT WERE DESTROYED AND A
FEW TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN. RATED EF0.



G. STORM IMPACTS BY COUNTY...
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COUNTY            DEATHS           INJURIES             EVACUATIONS
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CALHOUN

SEADRIFT...NEARLY ENTIRE MARINA WAS INUNDATED FROM STORM SURGE WHICH
RESULTED IN SEVERAL BOATS BEING GROUNDED ONTO THE MARINA PARKING LOT
AND DRIVE. MOST OF THE WOODEN DOCKS AT THE MARINA WERE DESTORYED.
STORM SURGE REACHED APPROX 2/3 OF THE WAY UP THE BEACH FRONT
PAVILION AND PARK...WHICH RESULTED IN WATER APPROACHING BAY AVENUE.
STORM SURGE ALSO INUNDATED YARDS AND POSSIBLY ENTERED HOMES AND
PROPERTIES NEAR THE BAY AVE AND ORANGE ST INTERSECTION. ADDITIONAL
SURGE AND INUNDATION APPROACHED SGT RODNEY TAYLOR AVE. NUMEROUS
TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS ALL OF SEADRIFT WITH MANY HOMES
EXPERIENCING MINOR TO MODERATE ROOF AND PROPERTY DAMAGE. SOME POORLY
CONSTRUCTED PROPERTIES EXPERIENCED MAJOR ROOF DAMAGE. A FEW WOODEN
PIERS WERE DESTORYED. PORT OCONNOR...STORM SURGE AND INUNDATION FROM
MATAGORDA BAY REACHED ROUGHLY 1/2 OF THE WAY UP KING FISHER BEACH
TOWARDS PARK ST. NUMEROUS TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS TOWN WITH
ROUGHLY 3/4 OF THE COMMUNITY EXPERIENCING MINOR ROOF DAMAGE. A FEW
POWER POLES WERE ALSO BLOWN DOWN. MAGNOLIA BEACH AND
INDIANOLA...MINOR TO MODERATE PROPERTY DAMAGE WAS OBSERVED AND WAS
CONFINED MAINLY TO ROOF DAMAGE. STORM SURGE AND INUNDATION FLOODED
NEARLY ALL OF MAGNOLIA PUBLIC BEACH AND CROSSED N OCEAN DR IN A FEW
LOCATIONS. A FEW AREAS OF S OCEAN DRIVE IN AND NEAR INDIANOLA WERE
ALSO INUNDATED. SEVERAL OLDER WOODEN DOCKS AND PIERS WERE DESTROYED.
ONE NEWER AND STRONGLY REINFORCED WOODEN PIER NEAR MAGNOLIA BEACH
SURVIVED BUT CONTAINED WATER MARKS THAT INDICATED ENTIRE PIER WAS
INUNDATED FROM STORM SURGE. NEAR ALAMO BEACH...INUNDATION AND STORM
SURGE NEAR GALLINIPPER POINT APPROACHED CARRIGAN AVENUE. MOST
PROPERTIES EXPERIENCED ONLY MINOR ROOF DAMAGE.PORT LAVACA...WATER
FROM CHOCOLATE BAY/BAYOU INUNDATED THE PUBLIC BOAT RAMP NEAR BUREN
ROAD WITH ENTIRE NEARBY FLOOD PLAIN INUNDATED. THE LOWER HALF OF
BUREN ROAD WAS COMPLETELY INUNDATED. THE ENTIRE MARINA ALONG LAVACA
BAY WAS STRONGLY IMPACTED WITH AN ESTIMATED 16 BOATS BEING DECLARED
A TOTAL LOSS...WITH MANY SINKING IN THE MARINA. WATER LEVELS ROSE
HIGH ENOUGH TO GROUND SEVERAL BOATS ON LAND NEXT TO THE MARINA.
NEARLY ALL OF BAYFRONT PENINSULA PARK WAS INUNDATED. NEARLY ALL
AREAS EAST OF BROADWAY STREET WERE INUNDATED WITH WATER LEVELS
REACHING RIGHT UP TO AND POSSIBLY ACROSS HWY 35 IN THE AREA NEAR
LIGHTHOUSE BEACH. MINOR TO MODERATE PROPERTY DAMAGE WAS COMMON
ACROSS THE CITY WITH LARGE AREAS OF SIDING REMOVED FROM A FEW WELL
CONSTRUCTED PROPERTIES. PIERS AT LIGHTHOUSE BEACH PARK AND BAYFRONT
PENINSULA PARK WERE DESTROYED.

NUECES

CORPUS CHRISTI...WIDESPREAD MINOR PROPERTY DAMAGE WAS COMMON ACROSS
CORPUS CHRISTI METROPOLITAN AREA WITH MOST HOMES EXPERIENCING
ROOFING ISSUES...PRIMARILY LOST SHINGLES. SOME RESIDENCES AND
BUSINESSES EXPERIENCED MODERATE DAMAGE...PARTICULARLY ACROSS THE
NORTHERN HALF OF THE CITY. NEARLY THE ENTIRE CITY LOST POWER FOR A
COUPLE OF DAYS. TALLER BUILDINGS DOWNTOWN SUFFERED MORE SIGNIFICANT
DAMAGE AND LOST SIGNS. PORT OF CORPUS CHRISTI WAS SHUTDOWN FOR A
RECORD 6 DAYS. PADRE ISLAND...SIGNIFICANT STORM SURGE WAS
EXPERIENCED ALONG THE LAGUNA MADRE WHICH IMPACTED RESIDENCES AND
BUSINESSES LOCATED ALONG THE WATER. MINOR ROOF DAMAGE WAS COMMON TO
RESIDENCES AND BUSINESSES ALONG THE ISLAND WITH ISOLATED LOCATIONS
EXPERIENCING MODERATE DAMAGE. MUSTANG ISLAND...STORM SURGE INUNDATED
HIGHWAY 361 ALONG A 10 MILE STRETCH FROM NEAR THE MUSTANG ISLAND
STATE PARK TO POR ARANSAS WITH WATER SEVERAL FEET DEEP. A FEW BOATS
BECAME MOORED NEAR PACKERY CHANNEL. ARNOLD PALMER DESIGNED DUNES
STYLE GOLF COURSE AT PALMILLA BEACH SOUTH OF PORT ARNSAS WAS
INUNDATED BY STORM SURGE WITH WATER COVERING MOST OF THE COURSE.
MODERATE TO POCKETS OF MAJOR STRUCTURAL DAMAGE WERE OBSERVED ALONG
THE PACKERY CHANNEL JETTIES. PORT ARANSAS...WIDESPREAD DAMAGE WITH
MORE THAN 6600 HOMES IMPACTED...WITH MORE THAN 4000 EXPERIENCING
MAJOR DAMAGE AND MORE THAN 1000 DESTROYED. MORE THAN 450 BUSINESSES
EXPERIENCED MAJOR DAMAGE. NUMEROUS BOATS WERE DAMAGED OR DESTROYED
AND PUSHED OUT OF MOORINGS ONTO HIGH GROUND. A LARGE DRIL BOAT BROKE
LOOSE...DESTROYED A PIER...AND BECAME GROUNDED ALONG THE JETTY. TWO
TUGS BROKE LOOSE NEAR THE GULF INTRA COASTAL WATERWAY WITH ONE
BECOMING GROUNDED AND THE OTHER SINKING. TWO FERRIES WERE DAMAGED
WHEN THEY WERE PINNED AGAINST THE LOADING DOCK.

SAN PATRICIO

WORST DAMAGE WAS CONFINED TO EASTERN HALF OF COUNTY. MORE THAN 8000
HOMES WERE IMPACTED WITH MORE THAN 400 EXPERIENCING MAJOR DAMAGE OR
BEING DESTROYED. THE HARDEST HIT AREAS WERE ARANSAS PASS AND
INGLESIDE WHERE MOST REPORTS OF MAJOR DAMAGE WERE RECEIVED.
WIDESPREAD POWER OUTAGES OCCURRED WITH SOME AREAS WITHOUT POWER FOR
OVER A WEEK. NUMEROUS WOODEN PIERS AND DOCKS WERE DAMAGED OR
DESTROYED. NUMEROUS LARGE POWER POLES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS EASTERN
HALF OF COUNTY. A COUPLE BOATS WERE DAMAGED IN THE CONN BROWN
HARBOR. MAJOR FLOODING WAS EXPERIENCED IN THE LOW PART OF TOWN
ADJACENT TO THE LEVEE. PORTLAND...WIDESPREAD MINOR ROOF DAMAGE.
NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER POLES DOWN.

REFUGIO

BAYSIDE...WIDESPREAD MODERATE STRUCTURAL DAMAGE OCCURRED IN BAYSIDE.
NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER POLES DOWN ACROSS TOWN INCLUDING SOME HIGH
TENSION POWER POLES. FEW MOBILE HOMES DESTROYED. MODERATE STORM
SURGE OBSERVED ALONG COPANO BAY. WATER COVERED FM136 NEAR THE COPANO
BAY BRIDGE. REFUGIO...WIDESPREAD MODERATE STRUCTURAL DAMAGE WITH
POCKETS OF MAJOR STRUCTURAL DAMAGE. MOST HOMES AND BUSINESSES HAD
SOME ROOF DAMAGE...BROKEN WINDOWS...AND GARAGE DOORS. ONE MOTEL
COMPLETELY LOST ITS ROOF. GAS STATION CANOPY AND MANY SIGNS WERE
DESTROYED. A FEW BRICK STRUCTURES EXPERIENCED MODERATE DAMAGE IN
REFUGIO. SEVERAL MOBILE HOMES WERE DESTROYED. WIDESPREAD TREE DAMAGE
WITH A FEW VERY LARGE TREES COMPLETELY UPROOTED.
WOODSBORO...WIDESPREAD MINOR TO MODERATE DAMAGE WITH A FEW POORLY
CONSTRUCTED HOMES EXPERIENCING MAJOR DAMAGE. NUMEROUS TREES BLOWN
DOWN ALONG WITH A FEW POWER POLES.

ARANSAS

WIDESPREAD MAJOR DAMAGE ACROSS THE COUNTY WITH A FEW AREAS OF
CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE. CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE WAS LOCATED ACROSS COPANO
VILLAGE...HOLIDAY BEACH...AND LAMAR...WHERE NEARLY EVERY STRUCTURE
WAS GREATLY IMPACTED. A COUPLE OF BRICK HOMES WERE DESTROYED NEAR
COPANO VILLAGE. NEARLY ALL TREES IN THE HOLIDAY BEACH...LAMAR...AND
GOOSE ISLAND STATE PARK AREAS WERE DELEAFED AND MANY TRUNKS SNAPPED
OR UPROOTED. MOST OF ROCKPORT AND FULTON EXPERIENCED WIDESPREAD
MAJOR STRUCTURAL DAMAGE WITH NUMEROUS WOODEN PIERS AND DOCKS
DESTROYED. SEVERAL HOMES IN KEY ALLEGRO SUBDIVISION COLLAPSED.
EXTERIOR WALLS COLLAPSED ON THE HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM AND ON SEVERAL
NEW HOTELS. UPPER FLOORS OF SEVERAL APARTMENT BUILDINGS WERE
REMOVED. STORM SURGE GREATLY IMPACTED HOLIDAY BEACH AND COPANO
VILLAGE. THE SRUGE PUNCHED HOLES THROUGH WALLS AND GARAGE DOORS ON
LOWER PORTIONS OF MOST HOMES AND FLOATED VEHICLES...RV`S...AND BOATS
WELL INLAND. THE SURGE ALSO APPROACHED AND FLOWED ACROSS EGERY
ISLAND ROAD AND FM136 IN SEVERAL LOCATIONS ON SOUTHERN EDGE OF
BAYSIDE IN EXTREME WESTERN ARANSAS COUNTY. NUMEROUS CATTLE KILLED
NORTH OF HOLIDAY BEACH. A LARGE PORTION OF RATTLESNAKE POINT ROAD
WAS ERODED AND WASHED AWAY HEADING OUT TO REDFISH LODGE ON COPANO
BAY. PIER SOUTH OF THE LODGE WAS COMPLETELY WASHED AWAY.

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Radar Loop of Harvey making landfall


Eyewall Reflectivity and Velocity Pics near the time of landfall

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Harvey just before making landfall on San Jose Island Harvey making landfall on San Jose Island
Harvey's eyewall over Fulton, Rockport, and Port Aransas The center of Harvey over Lamar

1-minute GOES-16 visible imagery of Hurricane Harvey: 400 PM CDT through 730 PM CDT 08/25/17

Credit: Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (CIRA) and the Regional and Mesoscale Meteorology Branch (RAMMB)

1-minute GOES-16 infrared imagery of Hurricane Harvey: 914 AM CDT through 1159 PM CDT 08/25/17

GOES-16 data is non-operational.

Preliminary estimates of the peak inundation from storm surge across the Middle Texas Coast.

Preliminary Storm Surge Map
Tide gauge readings (MHHW ft) depicting the storm surge from Harvey. (Click each image below to view the full-size image)
Port Lavaca Seadrift
Port O'Connor Rockport
Copano Bay Packery Channel
Baffin Bay Bird Island
Port Aransas Bob Hall Pier
Observed river crests associated with Harvey's rainfall
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On the graphs below, a yellow line represents caution stage, orange is minor flood stage, red is moderate flood stage, and purple is major flood stage.
Coleto Creek at Highway 59 in Victoria Guadalupe River at Cuero Guadalupe River at Bloomington
Garcitas Creek at Inez Oso Creek in Corpus Christi Copano Creek at Refugio
Mission River at Refugio Coleto Creek at Arnold Road Crossing Guadalupe River at Victoria

A brief EF-0 tornado touched down around 3 miles east-northeast of Seadrift at around 414 PM CDT on August 25th, 2017. A shed and carport were destroyed.


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Regional Rainfall between August 25th and 30th, 2017

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PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CORPUS CHRISTI TX
154 PM CDT WED AUG 30 2017

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0414 PM     TORNADO          3 ENE SEADRIFT          28.43N  96.67W
08/25/2017                   CALHOUN            TX   SOCIAL MEDIA

            FACEBOOK PHOTOS AND VIDEO SHOWED A BRIEF TORNADO
            TOUCHED DOWN ON GATES ROAD NEAR SEADRIFT. A SHED AND
            CARPORT WERE DESTROYED. PRELIMINARY RATING EF0. TIME
            ESTIMATED BASED ON RADAR.

0800 PM     HURRICANE        PORTLAND                27.88N  97.32W
08/25/2017                   SAN PATRICIO       TX   PUBLIC

            LARGE TREES DOWN IN PORTLAND.

0830 PM     HURRICANE        2 ENE PORT ARANSAS      27.84N  97.04W
08/25/2017                   GMZ255             TX   C-MAN STATION

            WIND GUSTS MEASURED AT 125 MPH AT ANPT2

0840 PM     HURRICANE        2 ENE PORT ARANSAS      27.84N  97.04W
08/25/2017                   GMZ255             TX   SOCIAL MEDIA

            ANPT2 MEASURE 110 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AND 131 MPH WIND
            GUST . REPORT VIA SOCIAL MEDIA.

0848 PM     HURRICANE        1 S ROCKPORT            28.02N  97.05W
08/25/2017                   GMZ235             TX   NOS

            108 MPH WIND GUST MEASURED AT RCPT2.

0900 PM     HURRICANE        ROCKPORT                28.04N  97.05W
08/25/2017                   ARANSAS            TX   TRAINED SPOTTER

            NUMEROUS STRUCTURES DESTROYED. DEBRIS FILLING THE
            AIR... ESTIMATED PEAK WIND GUST 125 MPH.

0900 PM     HURRICANE        1 E PORT ARANSAS        27.83N  97.05W
08/25/2017                   GMZ250             TX   C-MAN STATION

            109 MPH MEASURED AT PTAT2

0917 PM     HURRICANE        1 ENE COPANO VILLAGE    28.09N  97.05W
08/25/2017                   ARANSAS            TX   UNKNOWN

            121 MPH WIND GUST MEASURED AT FCMPT2-XUF2 NEAR ROCKPORT

0942 PM     HURRICANE        2 ENE PORT ARANSAS      27.84N  97.04W
08/25/2017                   GMZ255             TX   C-MAN STATION

            ANPT2 MEASURED A PEAK WIND GUST OF 132 MPH.

0945 PM     HURRICANE        ROCKPORT                28.04N  97.05W
08/25/2017                   ARANSAS            TX   EMERGENCY MNGR

            BUILDINGS COLLAPSED WITH PEOPLE TRAPPED INSIDE AND
            SQUAD CAR WINDOWS BROKEN IN ROCKPORT.

0948 PM     HURRICANE        1 SE CORPUS CHRISTI     27.74N  97.41W
08/25/2017                   NUECES             TX   PUBLIC

            MULTIPLE TREES DOWN AT GOLLIHAR AND KOSTORYZ

1018 PM     HURRICANE        2 WSW LAMAR             28.13N  97.03W
08/25/2017                   GMZ235             TX   NOS

            110 MPH OBSERVED BY CPNT2.

1024 PM     HURRICANE        6 S ARANSAS NWR         28.23N  96.80W
08/25/2017                   CALHOUN            TX   C-MAN STATION

            106 MPH WIND GUST MEASURED AT AWRT2.

1030 PM     HURRICANE        1 S ROCKPORT            28.03N  97.05W
08/25/2017                   ARANSAS            TX   EMERGENCY MNGR

            SEVERE DAMAGE TO THE FAIRFIELD INN AND EVACUATED 40
            PEOPLE TO HURRICANE SHELTER.

1053 PM     HURRICANE        PORT ARANSAS            27.83N  97.07W
08/25/2017                   NUECES             TX   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            LARGE FISHING BOATS FORCED INLAND AND SIGNIFICANT
            DAMAGE ALONG THE WATERFRONT AND SHIPPING CHANNEL IN PORT
            ARANSAS

1104 PM     HURRICANE        ROCKPORT                28.04N  97.05W
08/25/2017                   ARANSAS            TX   BROADCAST MEDIA

            LARGE PORTIONS OF ROCKPORT HIGH SCHOOL HAS COLLAPSED

1107 PM     HURRICANE        5 NNE TAFT              28.05N  97.36W
08/25/2017                   SAN PATRICIO       TX   STORM CHASER

            90 MPH WIND GUST MEASURED VIA MOBILE MESONET

1110 PM     HURRICANE        ROCKPORT                28.04N  97.05W
08/25/2017                   ARANSAS            TX   SOCIAL MEDIA

            ACE HARDWARE IN ROCKPORT DESTRUCTION

1128 PM     HURRICANE        CORPUS CHRISTI          27.75N  97.42W
08/25/2017                   NUECES             TX   SOCIAL MEDIA

            LARGE HIGHWAY ROAD SIGN DOWN ACROSS I-37 IN CORPUS
            CHRISTI

0158 AM     HURRICANE        REFUGIO                 28.31N  97.28W
08/26/2017                   REFUGIO            TX   SOCIAL MEDIA

            DAMAGE TO A GAS STATION IN REFUGIO.

0300 AM     HURRICANE        PORTLAND                27.88N  97.32W
08/26/2017                   SAN PATRICIO       TX   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            ROOF DAMAGE IN PORTLAND.

0310 AM     HURRICANE        REFUGIO                 28.31N  97.28W
08/26/2017                   REFUGIO            TX   SOCIAL MEDIA

            STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO THE CARPORT AT AMERICAS BEST VALUE
            INN

0635 AM     FLOOD            1 NNW KINGS CROSSING GO 27.67N  97.40W
08/26/2017                   NUECES             TX   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            ROAD FLOODED ON YORKTOWN BLVD BETWEEN EVERHART RD. AND
            STAPLES ST.

1100 AM     HURRICANE        1 NW TEXAS A&M CORPUS C 27.72N  97.33W
08/26/2017                   GMZ230             TX   BROADCAST MEDIA

            DAMAGE TO THE OSO PIER. HALF OF THE PIER WAS BLOWN INTO
            THE WATER. EXACT TIME OF THE EVENT IS UNKNOWN.

1100 AM     HURRICANE        DOWNTOWN CORPUS CHRISTI 27.79N  97.39W
08/26/2017                   NUECES             TX   NWS EMPLOYEE

            MAJORITY OF THE WELLS FARGO SIGN ON TOP OF THE BANK IN
            DOWNTOWN CORPUS CHRISTI IS BLOWN OFF. EXACT TIME OF
            EVENT IS UNKNOWN.

1218 PM     HURRICANE        PORTLAND                27.88N  97.32W
08/26/2017                   SAN PATRICIO       TX   BROADCAST MEDIA

            EXTENSIVE DAMAGE TO A VALERO STATION IN PORTLAND. SIGNS
            ARE BLOWN INTO THE ROAD. EXACT TIME IS UNKOWN.

1223 PM     HURRICANE        VICTORIA                28.82N  96.98W
08/26/2017                   VICTORIA           TX   SOCIAL MEDIA

            SOCIAL MEDIA VIDEO OF FLOODING IN VICTORIA. WATER IS
            BEGINNING TO REACH A FEW HOMES.

1233 PM     HURRICANE        VICTORIA                28.82N  96.98W
08/26/2017                   VICTORIA           TX   UTILITY COMPANY

            REPORT FROM AEP OF 40-50 SNAPPED POWER POLES ALONG RT
            77 IN VICTORIA COUNTY.

1251 PM     STORM SURGE      6 NNE HOLIDAY BEACH     28.25N  96.98W
08/26/2017                   ARANSAS            TX   SOCIAL MEDIA

            HIGHWAY 35 NEAR THE ARANSAS WILDLIFE REFUGE IS
            COMPLETELY INUNDATED. LIVESTOCK ARE STRANDED.

0124 PM     HURRICANE        INGLESIDE               27.88N  97.21W
08/26/2017                   SAN PATRICIO       TX   SOCIAL MEDIA

            EXTENSIVE DAMAGE TO HOMES AND BUSINESSES ACROSS
            INGLESIDE

0211 PM     HURRICANE        ROCKPORT                28.04N  97.05W
08/26/2017                   ARANSAS            TX   SOCIAL MEDIA

            MAJOR DAMAGE TO THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH IN ROCKPORT.
            THE FRONT WALL OF THE BUILDING WAS TORN OFF.

0216 PM     HURRICANE        NURSERY                 28.92N  97.10W
08/26/2017                   VICTORIA           TX   NWS EMPLOYEE

            REPORTS OF ROOF DAMAGE AND GARAGE WALLS BLOWN OUT IN
            NURSERY.

0219 PM     HURRICANE        1 NE ROCKPORT           28.05N  97.04W
08/26/2017                   ARANSAS            TX   SOCIAL MEDIA

            EXTENSIVE DAMAGE TO THE FAIRFIELD INN IN ROCKPORT

0300 PM     HEAVY RAIN       1 NW PORTLAND           27.90N  97.34W
08/26/2017  M5.22 INCH       SAN PATRICIO       TX   NWS EMPLOYEE

            STORM TOTAL PRECIP SO FAR

0338 PM     HURRICANE        ODEM                    27.95N  97.59W
08/26/2017                   SAN PATRICIO       TX   BROADCAST MEDIA

            ROOF BLOWN OFF A GAS STATION IN ODEM.

0503 PM     HURRICANE        1 NW PORT ARANSAS       27.84N  97.08W
08/26/2017                   GMZ230             TX   OTHER FEDERAL

            DERELICT TUG GROUNDED NEAR GULF INTRACOASTAL
            WATERWAY... DERELICT DRILL BOAT ON CORPUS CHRISTI NORTH
            JETTY... SUNKEN TUG VICINITY OF GULF INTRACOASTAL
            WATERWAY

0536 PM     HEAVY RAIN       2 SSE CHRISTUS SPOHN HO 27.66N  97.36W
08/26/2017  M7.82 INCH       NUECES             TX   NWS EMPLOYEE

            STORM TOTAL RAINFALL THROUGH 536 PM

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       1 WNW PORTLAND          27.89N  97.34W
08/27/2017  M7.40 INCH       SAN PATRICIO       TX   NWS EMPLOYEE

            HURRICANE HARVEY STORM TOTAL PRECIP AS OF TIME REPORTED


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EVENT NUMBER CRP1700288 CRP1700268 CRP1700356 CRP1700265 CRP1700277
CRP1700263 CRP1700279 CRP1700264 CRP1700275 CRP1700266 CRP1700267
CRP1700276 CRP1700278 CRP1700270 CRP1700269 CRP1700273 CRP1700272
CRP1700271 CRP1700274 CRP1700280 CRP1700282 CRP1700281 CRP1700283
CRP1700284 CRP1700285 CRP1700286 CRP1700287 CRP1700289 CRP1700290
CRP1700291 CRP1700292 CRP1700293 CRP1700294 CRP1700296 CRP1700295
CRP1700297 CRP1700298 CRP1700299

Rockport Damage Pictures

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Port Aransas Damage Pictures

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Aransas Pass Damage Pictures

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Bayside Damage Pictures

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Refugio Damage Pictures

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Tivoli Damage Pictures

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Corpus Christi Damage Pictures

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Goose Island State Park Damage Pictures

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Holiday Beach Damage Pictures

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Ingleside and Ingleside on the Bay Damage Pictures

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Lamar Damage Pictures

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Port Lavaca Damage Pictures

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Portland, Gregory, and North Beach Damage Pictures