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Upper Texas Coast Tropical Cyclones in the 2010s



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Map of 2010s Storms




IMELDA Tropical Storm/ 
9/17/19 Pk. Wind - 40 kt
Pressure - 1003 mb
Produced historic rainfall totals of more than 40 inches that caused devastating flooding over portions of southeastern Texas after meandering to the north-northeast of the Houston area for a couple of days.
HARVEY Hurricane - Cat. 4/ 
8/25/17 Pk. Wind - 115 kt
Pressure - 937 mb
Dropped historic amounts of rainfall of more than 60 inches that caused catastrophic flooding over a very large portion of Southeast Texas after stalling over or near the Texas coast for four days.
CINDY Tropical Storm/ 
Just east of Sabine Pass
6/22/17 Pk. Wind - 45 kt
Pressure - 991 mb
Produced heavy rainfall and river flooding, as well as some coastal flooding, over the northern Gulf coastal region.
BILL Tropical Storm/ 
Matagorda Island
6/16/15 Pk. Wind - 50 kt
Pressure - 997 mb
Produced heavy flood-producing rainfall across parts of Southeast Texas and some storm surge flooding along the coast.