Sunday, August 27, 2017
Things Could be Worse
The center of Harvey's circulation is just east of Victoria, Texas, and will likely glide offshore into the Gulf of Mexico sometime tonight. In the normal course of events, it would restrengthen into a hurricane, but it's so close to the shore it probably doesn't have enough time to fully wind up. Indications are it will come ashore again somewhere east of Lake Charles, Louisiana, Wednesday night, August 30th, and take away the heaviest rains from SE Texas.