Daylight reveals true destruction on TX coast by Category 4 Harvey but worst still ahead!

THIS POST SHALL BE UPDATED THROUGHOUT THE DURATION OF HURRICANE HARVEY AND IT’S IMPACTS ON TEXAS.

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At 10pm CT Friday Hurricane Harvey came ashore as a Category 4 storm generating wind gusts of 132 mph. Scenes of severe damage continue to stream in around Rockport, Port Aransas and Port Lavaca where the eyewall came ashore

Unlike some 98% percent of all other hurricanes, Harvey is by no means done and his worst is likely yet to come some 12-24 hours post landfall. Harvey’s winds may be easing on this Saturday afternoon/evening but due to the stalled nature of this vast machine, he shall drop the bulk of the water he contains over Texas through the rest of this weekend and through a much of next week.

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FACT: Harvey went from depression to major hurricane within 56 hours…

Sat 9.40am BST

BREAKING: Harvey makes a second Texas landfall on the shore of Copano Bay as a strong Category 3, winds at 125 mph.

Sat 8.45am BST

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BREAKING: Hurricane Harvey made landfall between Port Aransas and Port O’Connor TX at 10pm CT as a powerful Category 4 storm with sustained winds of 130 mph. Central pressure of 938mb. This storm becomes the first landfalling Cat 4 in Texas since Carla 1961.

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HARVEY LATEST: A MAJOR HURRICANE with winds of 125 mph on approach to Texas!

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Credit: weather.com

Credit: weather.com

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