Tracking Harvey – Saturday midday update

Hurricane Harvey is now classified as a Category 1 hurricane with the latest observations pegging maximum sustained winds right around 75 mph. As some on social media have been suggesting, it would be inappropriate to truly say the storm has been “downgraded” given that for the folks of eastern Texas, the worst is yet to come. Gusty, damaging winds will continue to be a problem for the next several days, as will storm surge. In fact, as of this writing, there are some signs that Harvey is re-organizing a bit and trying to re-develop an eyewall…over land. Wow! Still, the…

Tracking Harvey – Friday night update

Hurricane Harvey continued to intensify through the day and is now a Category 4 hurricane.  Harvey is still expected to make landfall late tonight/early Saturday morning along the middle Texas coast.  Maximum sustained winds now stand at 130 mph (with higher gusts). 

Chance of storms during Shindigz Soccer Festival

Scattered rain and t-storms are possible on Thursday for day 1 of the Shindigz National Soccer Festival. During game times, rainfall is expected only to be scattered, but a few strong storms are possible at points from afternoon into evening.