Dangerous Harvey grows stronger, heads for the Texas coast. I have the latest on this potentially catastrophic storm. Plus, what happens after Texas? New model data now gives us a better idea of when Harvey could influence our weather. Nicer temperatures are on the way. Wait until you see what’s in store. I hope you have a couple of minutes to watch this morning’s important weather personal weather briefing.
We should be dry, quiet and mostly sunny today with as high of 92.
Look for a much more comfortable trend in temperatures starting this weekend into next week with highs in the 80’s Rain chances will be small until Harvey’s affect really start increasing the rain chance Wednesday through Friday next week.
As of 4AM, winds in Harvey were already 105 mph. Expected to become a Dangerous Category 3 Hurricane today. It will be the first Cat 3 to cross the US coastline since Wilma in 2005.
On top of the winds and incredible Storm Surge, catastrophic flooding is expected from prolific amounts of rainfall along the Texas Gulf Coast, then spreading into Louisiana.
Global model project Harvey’s path after Texas.