Nearly 14,000 Austin Energy customers are without electricity, according to 10 a.m. data from the city-owned utility, and numerous low water closings are closed in western Travis County (pictured above) and Williamson County.
Here is how social media is reacting so far Sunday morning:
— Mike (@supdudebrah) August 27, 2017
Close to 8 inches of rain where live so far this weekend. And it's supposed to rain hard through Wednesday..... #HurricaneHarvey
— Nick Martinez (@nm10King) August 27, 2017
— Sunnie Allen (@sunnieallen) August 27, 2017
— ? (@ATXChristina) August 27, 2017
So far nine inches of rain at my house in Austin TX! #HurricaneHarvey
— FireStephenMiller!!! (@Venti_Poet) August 27, 2017
— Period Project ATX (@HPPATX) August 27, 2017
— Greg Ackerman (@g_ack) August 27, 2017
Haven't had power since yesterday at 2pm. It came back on for 5 mins. but then #hurricaneharvey was like no.
— Sam Branson (@samcbranson) August 27, 2017
— Byron Koukaras?? (@ByronKoukaras1) August 27, 2017