A Storm Surge Watch is issued for coastal residents across Texas, stretching from Port Mansfield to High Island, according to Community Impact Newspaper media partner ABC 13. Harvey could redevelop into a tropical storm or could further strengthen into a hurricane, according to a statement from the Harris County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management. Harvey is expected to bring heavy rainfall and potential flooding across the Gulf Coast with affected areas seeing as much as 10-15 inches of rainfall, according to ABC 13.
— ABC13 Tim Heller (@HellerWeather) August 22, 2017
Keep a close watch on The Weather Channel, the National Weather Service and local offices of emergency management for new developments.
— NWS Houston (@NWSHouston) August 22, 2017
— City of GalvestonOEM (@GalvestonOEM) August 22, 2017
— Harris County OHSEM (@ReadyHarris) August 23, 2017
Tropical Depression Harvey is expected to make landfall as a tropical storm, potentially a category 1 hurricane, Fri. along the Texas Coast.
— MontgomeryCountyHSEM (@MCOEM) August 23, 2017
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