Commons: Harvey images. Hurricane Harvey was a devastating Category 4 hurricane that made landfall on Texas and Louisiana in August 2017, causing catastrophic flooding and more than 100 deaths.
Hurricane Harvey started as a tropical wave off the African coast on Sunday, August 13th and tracked westward across the Atlantic and on August 17th become a tropical storm which moved into the Caribbean Sea where Harvey become disorganized. Harvey was then downgraded to a tropical wave which entered the Gulf of Mexico on the 22nd.
Harvey exploded rapidly from a tropical depression to a major hurricane in around 40 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 22 nd. KCRP Radar Loop - 500 AM CDT August 25 through 912 AM CDT August 26, 2017.
Jul 9, 2018 · Hurricane Harvey The U.S. Geological Survey has deployed storm-tide sensors, forecast what coastal change to expect, and is ready to measure the extent of flooding likely to result from this powerful storm, Hurricane Harvey. Event Support Map Track hurricane data and USGS resources. View Tool Flood Event Viewer (FEV)
Sep 7, 2018 · Fast facts: 2017 Hurricane Harvey. Made landfall in Texas Aug. 25, 2017 as a Category 4 hurricane; 103 direct and indirect deaths; Caused about $125 billion in damage; Second-most costly hurricane to hit the U.S. mainland since 1900; BACK TO QUESTIONS. How many people died in Hurricane Harvey?
Aug 25, 2022 · The study comes on the fifth anniversary of Harvey, a Category 4 hurricane that struck Texas and Louisiana in August 2017 and stalled for more than four days, producing catastrophic flooding...
The hurricane hit Texas around 11 p.m. ET on Friday, August 25, between Port Aransas and Port O'Connor. The Category 4 storm became a Category 1 by late Saturday morning, packing winds of 75 mph...
Sep 18, 2017 · Hurricane Harvey dropped over 20 inches of rain across a large area in coastal Texas, with some areas observing nearly 50 inches of rain. Studies concluded that global warming had contributed to the heavy rain. NOAA climate.gov image using data from NOAA's AHPS.
Sep 22, 2017 · September 22, 2017. AUSTIN, Texas– With nearly 4.5 feet of rain and 130 mph winds, Hurricane Harvey propelled a disaster response that was the largest in Texas state history. Neighbors, strangers, nonprofit organizations and governments at all levels joined together to mount an extraordinary effort to save lives and meet the needs of ...
Largest Rainfall Event Recorded in US History By Communications and Publishing July 9, 2018 Nineteen inundation maps and detailed flood information from Hurricane Harvey are now available from the U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Federal Emergency Management Agency.