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POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...HURRICANE HARVEY...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
1036 PM CDT TUE OCT 10 2017


NOTE: THE DATA SHOWN HERE ARE PRELIMINARY....AND SUBJECT TO UPDATES
AND CORRECTIONS AS APPROPRIATE.

THIS REPORT INCLUDES EVENTS OCCURRING WHEN WATCHES AND/OR WARNINGS
WERE IN EFFECT...OR WHEN SIGNIFICANT FLOODING ASSOCIATED WITH HARVEY

COUNTIES INCLUDED...ATASCOSA...BASTROP...BEXAR...CALDWELL...COMAL...
DEWITT...FAYETTE...GONZALES...GUADALUPE...HAYS...KARNES...LAVACA...
LEE...TRAVIS...WILLIAMSON...WILSON


SEP 04...UPDATED FOR...INLAND FLOODING AND STORM EFFECTS FOR
GUADALUPE COUNTY.

OCT 11...UPDATED FOR...ADDITIONAL COOPERATIVE OBSERVER RAINFALL
REPORTS.

SEP 03...CORRECTED FOR...MAX SUSTAINED WIND...PEAK WIND GUSTS AND/OR
TIMES FOR KT20...KSKF...KSAT...KRND...KHYI...KGTU...KDRT...KDLF...
AND KUVA.






A. LOWEST SEA LEVEL PRESSURE/MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS AND PEAK GUSTS
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METAR OBSERVATIONS...
NOTE: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IS 10 METERS AND WIND AVERAGING IS 2 MINUTES
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LOCATION  ID    MIN    DATE/     MAX      DATE/     PEAK    DATE/
LAT  LON        PRES   TIME      SUST     TIME      GUST    TIME
DEG DECIMAL     (MB)   (UTC)     (KT)     (UTC)     (KT)    (UTC)
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KT20-GONZALES
29.52 -97.46    996.2 26/1715   060/030  26/1715   050/045 26/1455

K3T5-LA GRANGE/FAYETTE REGIONAL AIRPORT
29.91 -96.95   1001.8 26/2115   050/020  26/1615   100/035 26/1635

KGYB-GIDDINGS
30.17 -96.98   1001.9 26/2335   070/026  27/0455   070/038 27/0455

KPEZ-PLEASANTON
28.95 -98.52   1002.9 27/0955   340/026  26/1715   320/037 26/2055

KSSF-SAN ANTONIO STINSON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT
29.33 -98.47   1001.4 27/0753   350/026  26/1802   350/039 26/1626

KSKF-PORT SAN ANTONIO
29.38 -98.58   1002.7 27/0730   340/026  26/1258   350/042 26/1617

KSAT-SAN ANTONIO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
29.54 -98.47   1001.8 27/0751   360/030  26/1744   010/046 26/1613

KRND-RANDOLPH AFB
29.54 -98.28   1001.3 27/0756   010/028  26/1652   350/050 26/1626

KBAZ-NEW BRAUNFELS MUNICIPAL AIRPORT
29.70 -98.05   1000.8 26/2251   020/038  27/0025   020/050 26/1557

KHYI-SAN MARCOS
29.90 -97.87   1002.0 26/2256   020/036  27/0132   010/048 27/0120

KAUS-AUSTIN BERGSTROM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
30.18 -97.68   1003.6 27/0753   030/039  27/0302   030/047 27/0046

KATT-AUSTIN CAMP MABRY
30.32 -97.77   1005.7 27/0751   030/020  27/1729   360/039 27/1736

KGTU-GEORGETOWN
30.69 -97.69   1009.2 27/1139   050/024  27/1340   060/035 27/1135

KHDO-HONDO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT
29.36 -99.16   1005.8 27/0851   020/033  27/1559   010/044 27/1558

KT82-FREDERICKSBURG
30.24 -98.91   1008.2 27/0815   010/027  26/2315   010/035 26/2315

KDZB-HORSESHOE BAY
30.52 -98.36   1008.4 27/0815   030/014  26/2255   060/025 27/1735

KBMQ-BURNET MUNICIPAL AIRPORT
30.74 -98.23   1008.9 27/0953   030/023  26/1823   050/034 27/0601

KDRT-DEL RIO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
29.38 -100.92  1009.0 26/0153   010/020  26/2159   360/031 26/2158

KDLF-LAUGHLIN AFB
29.38 -100.78  1007.4 25/2304   030/020  26/2156   350/031 26/2012

KUVA-UVALDE
29.21 -99.74   1008.4 27/0935   350/021  26/1835   360/033 26/2235

REMARKS:


NON-METAR OBSERVATIONS...
NOTE: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IN METERS AND WIND AVERAGING PERIOD IN
MINUTES INDICATED UNDER MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WIND IF KNOWN
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LOCATION  ID    MIN    DATE/     MAX      DATE/     PEAK    DATE/
LAT  LON        PRES   TIME      SUST     TIME      GUST    TIME
DEG DECIMAL     (MB)   (UTC)     (KT)     (UTC)     (KT)    (UTC)
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KTXYORK4
29.03 -97.53    991.2 26/1647   360/021  26/1500   999/035 26/9999
                                 99/99

KTXYORK6
28.91 -97.50   9999.0 99/9999 I 999/040  26/9999 I 999/042 26/9999 I
                                 99/99

KTXSMILE3
29.12 -97.62   9999.0 99/9999 I 010/027  26/1516   030/044 26/0917
                                 99/99

KTXSMILE2
29.29 -97.57   9999.0 99/9999 I 999/040  26/9999 I 999/050 26/9999 I
                                 99/99

KTXCUERO3
29.09 -97.23    989.2 26/1540   999/999  99/9999 I 999/999 99/9999 I
                                 99/99

KTXCUERO1
29.15 -97.30    992.6 26/1435 I 030/023  26/1415 I 060/036 26/1235 I
                                 99/99

REMARKS:



B. MARINE OBSERVATIONS...
NOTE: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IN METERS AND WIND AVERAGING PERIOD IN
MINUTES INDICATED UNDER MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WIND IF KNOWN
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LOCATION  ID    MIN    DATE/     MAX      DATE/     PEAK    DATE/
LAT  LON        PRES   TIME      SUST     TIME      GUST    TIME
DEG DECIMAL     (MB)   (UTC)     (KT)     (UTC)     (KT)    (UTC)
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C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 1200 UTC AUG 25 UNTIL 1200 UTC AUG 29
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CITY/TOWN                    COUNTY               ID         RAINFALL
LAT LON                                                       (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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10.2 NW LA GRANGE            FAYETTE             TX-FY-3      29.19
29.90  -96.88

2 NE MULDOON                 FAYETTE             LCRA5608     26.71
29.81  -97.07

LA GRANGE                    FAYETTE             LCRA5599     26.15
29.90  -96.88

7.8 NNE LA GRANGE            FAYETTE             TX-FY-30     25.78
29.90  -96.88

1.0 SSW CARMINE              FAYETTE             LCRA5691     25.26
30.14  -96.69

3.5 SW LA GRANGE             FAYETTE             TX-FY-52     23.92
29.90  -96.88

SMITHVILLE                   BASTROP             LCRA5541     23.61
30.00  -97.16

3.6 ESE CIRCLE D-KC ESTA     BASTROP             TX-BST-9     23.51
30.16  -97.23

SMITHVILLE                   BASTROP             SMHT2        23.10
30.01  -97.16

5.5 NNE YOAKUM               DEWITT              TX-LV-28     22.99
29.29  -97.15

6.7 SE SMITHVILLE            BASTROP             TX-FY-1      21.72
30.00  -97.16

4.5 N ROSANKY                BASTROP             TX-BST-2     21.62
29.93  -97.30

4 E GIDDINGS                 LEE                 GIDT2        21.06
30.19  -96.86

3 E SCHULENBURG              FAYETTE             SCHT2        20.65
29.68  -96.86

4.1 NE SHINER                LAVACA              TX-LV-26     20.36
29.43  -97.17

1 SSE MOULTON                LAVACA              LCRA7303     20.05
29.57  -97.15

3 SSE BASTROP                BASTROP             TX-BST-1     19.50
30.11  -97.31

4.6 SW PAIGE                 BASTROP             TX-BST-8     19.20
30.21  -97.12

13.2 E GONZALES              GONZALES            TX-GZ-26     19.19
29.50  -97.45

4 W LA GRANGE                FAYETTE             K3T5         18.98
29.90  -96.88

1 SSE HALLETTSVILLE          LAVACA              LCRA7324     18.61
29.44  -96.94

2 N HALLETTSVILLE            LAVACA              HATT2        18.22
29.47  -96.94

2 ESE HALLETTSVILLE          LAVACA              TX-LV-29     17.80
29.44  -96.94

5.5 SSE MANOR                TRAVIS              TX-TV-12     16.53
30.34  -97.56

BASTROP                      BASTROP             LCRA5499     16.48
30.11  -97.31

3 SE FEDOR                   LEE                 FEDT2        16.34
30.28  -97.02

5 NNW WAELDER                GONZALES            JDDT2        16.25
29.77  -97.32

5 SE FLATONIA                FAYETTE             FLTT2        16.07
29.63  -97.06

2 NNW CHEAPSIDE              GONZALES            CHPT2        15.81
29.31  -97.41

3 WSW GIDDINGS               LEE                 KGYB         15.77
30.18  -96.93

3 S GONZALES                 GONZALES            GNOT2        14.92
29.47  -97.45

8.8 SW LEXINGTON             LEE                 TX-LE-13     14.91
30.41  -97.01

1 NW DIME BOX                LEE                 DBXT2        14.85
30.36  -96.83

1 ENE CEDAR CREEK            BASTROP             TX-BST-6     14.83
30.08  -97.50

0.6 S GONZALES               GONZALES            TX-GZ-25     14.77
29.50  -97.45

6.4 ESE LOCKHART             CALDWELL            TX-CLD-3     14.73
29.87  -97.68

2 SW LOCKHART                CALDWELL            LKHT2        13.85
29.86  -97.70

7.3 NW GIDDINGS              LEE                 TX-LE-19     13.81
30.18  -96.93

1 NW NIXON                   GONZALES            NXNT2        13.70
29.28  -97.77

1 NW GONZALES                GONZALES            KT20         13.46
29.50  -97.45

6.2 WNW YOAKUM               DEWITT              TX-DW-7      13.34
29.29  -97.15

LEXINGTON                    LEE                 LEXT2        13.25
30.41  -97.01

1.7 NNW MARTINDALE           CALDWELL            TX-CLD-1     13.07
29.84  -97.84

2 NE SPEAKS                  LAVACA              SPKT2        12.62
29.27  -96.69

8.6 E BUDA                   HAYS                TX-TV-28     11.98
30.08  -97.84

1.9 NW KINGSBURY             GUADALUPE           TX-GP-58     11.84
29.65  -97.82

BUDA                         HAYS                LCRA4595     11.68
30.08  -97.84

0.7 SW BUDA                  HAYS                TX-HYS-1     11.56
30.08  -97.84

0.9 SE LULING                CALDWELL            TX-CLD-4     11.45
29.68  -97.65

5 S FENTRESS                 GUADALUPE           KINT2        11.33
29.68  -97.77

1 WSW LULING                 CALDWELL            LUUT2        11.23
29.68  -97.66

2.7 ESE CUERO                DEWITT              TX-DW-14     11.15
29.09  -97.29

5 E SUNSET VALLEY            TRAVIS              ASNT2        11.00
30.23  -97.73

0.9 NW ELGIN                 BASTROP             TX-BST-4     10.87
30.34  -97.37

2.8 WSW SAN MARCOS           HAYS                TX-HYS-1     10.46
29.88  -97.93

10.50 SSE THRALL             WILLIAMSON          TX-WM-48     10.44
30.58  -97.30

6 SW GONZALES                GONZALES            GNZT2        10.32
29.44  -97.52

ELGIN                        BASTROP             ELGT2        10.21
30.35  -97.37

8 SE AUSTIN                  TRAVIS              KAUS         10.07
30.30  -97.75

3 W CUERO                    DEWITT              CURT2         9.75
29.09  -97.34

BLANCO                       BLANCO              LCRA0817      9.29
30.09  -98.42

0.6 SE SEGUIN                GUADALUPE           TX-GP-11      9.03
29.57  -97.97

0.7 WNW YORKTOWN             DEWITT              TX-DW-18      9.02
28.98  -97.50

0.5 N PFLUGERVILLE           TRAVIS              TX-TV-29      8.84
30.44  -97.62

0.5 ENE MCQUEENEY            GUADALUPE           TX-GP-34      8.46
29.59  -98.04

6.4 N STOCKDALE              WILSON              TX-WO-26      8.30
29.23  -97.96

3.3 SE ROUND ROCK            WILLIAMSON          TX-WM-25      8.25
30.51  -97.67

1 N AUSTIN                   TRAVIS              TX-TV-44      8.01
30.30  -97.75

2 NW AUSTIN                  TRAVIS              KATT          7.97
30.30  -97.75

0.6 SSE DRIPPING SPRINGS     HAYS                TX-HYS-1      7.32
30.18  -98.09

4 E NEW BRAUNFELS            COMAL               KBAZ          7.03
29.70  -98.12

3.0 E LA VERNIA              WILSON              TX-WO-54      7.02
29.35  -98.11

1.9 WSW WIMBERLEY            HAYS                TX-HYS-1      6.94
29.99  -98.10

1.1 NNW TAYLOR               WILLIAMSON          TX-WM-24      6.92
30.57  -97.41

0.1 ENE NEW BRAUNFELS        COMAL               TX-CML-4      6.43
29.70  -98.12

3 SSW JOLLYVILLE             TRAVIS              AGHT2         6.19
30.41  -97.77

2 SSE NEW BRAUNFELS          COMAL               TX-GP-31      6.11
29.70  -98.12

12.6 WSW KARNES CITY         KARNES              TX-KS-3       5.87
28.88  -97.90

1.0 ESE CEDAR PARK           WILLIAMSON          TX-WM-41      5.39
30.51  -97.83

2.50 ENE BEE CAVE            TRAVIS              TX-TV-99      5.06
30.30  -97.95

1.30 WNW GEORGETOWN          WILLIAMSON          TX-WM-4       4.97
30.64  -97.69

5.0 SSW MARION               GUADALUPE           TX-GP-11      4.89
29.57  -98.14

4.3 ENE HOLLYWOOD PARK       BEXAR               TX-BXR-1      4.67
29.59  -98.48

3 NNW GEORGETOWN             WILLIAMSON          KGTU          4.59
30.68  -97.71

14 NE SAN ANTONIO            BEXAR               KRND          4.23
29.45  -98.50

2.2 N SCHERTZ                BEXAR               TX-GP-29      3.73
29.55  -98.26

2.6 SW LAKEWAY               TRAVIS              TX-TV-29      3.72
30.36  -97.98

0.8 SSW LIVE OAK             BEXAR               TX-BXR-2      3.59
29.55  -98.34

0.8 SSE SPRING BRANCH        COMAL               TX-CML-1      3.41
29.86  -98.40

1.2 SSE JARRELL              WILLIAMSON          TX-WM-22      3.39
30.79  -97.59

0.8 NNE ELMENDORF            BEXAR               TX-BXR-3      3.29
29.25  -98.33

1.1 NW GARDEN RIDGE          COMAL               TX-CML-1      3.25
29.63  -98.29

2.2 N JOHNSON CITY           BLANCO              TX-BLC-1      3.16
30.27  -98.41

9.1 NE PLEASANTON            ATASCOSA            TX-AT-25      2.28
28.96  -98.49

1.9 E KENDALIA               KENDALL             TX-KN-23      2.25
29.96  -98.52

0.7 NW CASTLE HILLS          BEXAR               TX-BXR-2      2.00
29.52  -98.52

6 NNE SAN ANTONIO            BEXAR               KSAT          1.94
29.45  -98.50

4.1 N POTEET                 ATASCOSA            TX-AT-1       1.66
29.03  -98.58

1.0 ENE HELOTES              BEXAR               TX-BXR-1      1.63
29.56  -98.69

8 S SAN ANTONIO              BEXAR               KSSF          1.49
29.45  -98.50

0.7 NW MARBLE FALLS          BURNET              TX-BRT-5      1.29
30.57  -98.27

6 SSW SAN ANTONIO            BEXAR               KSKF          0.91
29.45  -98.50

1 SW PLEASANTON              ATASCOSA            KPEZ          0.85
28.96  -98.49

2 SW FREDERICKSBURG          GILLESPIE           KT82          0.73
30.24  -98.89

2 E UVALDE                   UVALDE              KUVA          0.30
29.21  -99.78

2 NNE LLANO                  LLANO               KAQO          0.12
30.75  -98.67

3 W DEL RIO                  VAL VERDE           KDRT          0.03
29.37 -100.89

3 E DEL RIO                  VAL VERDE           KDLF          0.01
29.37 -100.89

REMARKS:



D. INLAND FLOODING...
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BASTROP...NUMEROUS LOW WATER CROSSINGS UNDERWATER LEADING TO
MULTIPLE WATER RESCUES. SEVERAL HOMES HAD WATER DAMAGE. SEE SECTION
G - STORM IMPACTS FOR FURTHER DETAILS.

BEXAR...A FEW LOW WATER CROSSINGS WERE FLOODING. SEE SECTION G -
STORM IMPACTS FOR FURTHER DETAILS.

CALDWELL...NUMEROUS FLOODED AND DAMAGED ROADS ACROSS THE COUNTY.
DAMAGE TO SEVERAL DAMS AND HOMES. SEE SECTION G - STORM IMPACTS FOR
FURTHER DETAILS.

COMAL...SEVERAL LOW WATER CROSSINGS WERE FLOODED ACROSS THE COUNTY.
SEE SECTION G - STORM IMPACTS FOR FURTHER DETAILS.

DEWITT...MAJOR FLOODING FROM THE GUADALUPE RIVER CAUSED MULTIPLE
HOMES TO FLOOD IN CUERO. THE GUADALUPE RIVER NEAR CUERO CRESTED AT
ITS SECOND HIGHEST CREST ON RECORD. NUMEROUS HOMES MAY HAVE ALSO
BEEN FLOODED DOWNSTREAM OF CUERO. SEE SECTION G - STORM IMPACTS FOR
FURTHER DETAILS.

FAYETTE...THE COLORADO RIVER ABOVE LA GRANGE CRESTED AT ITS 3RD
HIGHEST CREST EVER AND THE HIGHEST SINCE 1913. NUMEROUS HOMES WERE
IMPACTED BY FLOODING ACROSS THE COUNTY, ALONG WITH SEVERAL
DESTROYED. SEE SECTION G - STORM IMPACTS FOR FURTHER DETAILS.

GONZALES...FLOOD DAMAGE TO HOMES WAS LIMITED. SEVERAL ROADS WERE
FLOODED IN THE COUNTY. SEE SECTION G - STORM IMPACTS FOR FURTHER
DETAILS.

HAYS... MANY LOW WATER CROSSINGS FLOODED DURING THE EVENT. SEE
SECTION G - STORM IMPACTS FOR FURTEHR DETAILS.

LAVACA...THE NAVIDAD RIVER REACHED RECORD HEIGHTS AT BOTH SUBLIME
AND NEAR SPEAKS TX. SOME IMPACT TO AREA ROADS DUE TO HIGH WATER. SEE
SECTION G - STORM IMPACTS FOR FURTHER DETAILS.

LEE...SEVERAL HOMES IMPACTED BY FLOODING WITH A HANDFULL DETROYED.
SEE SECTION G - STORM IMPACTS FOR FURTHER DETAILS.

WILSON...EAST SIDE OF THE COUNTY HAD THE MOST RAINFALL AND A FEW
ROAD ISSUES OCCURRED AS A RESULT. SEE SECTION G - STORM IMPACTS FOR
FURTHER DETAILS.

GUADALUPE...SOME ROADS AND LOW WATER CROSSINGS WERE FLOODED. SEE
SECTION G - STORM IMPACTS FOR FURTHER DETAILS.

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E. MAXIMUM STORM SURGE AND STORM TIDE...
OFFICIAL TIDE GAUGES NOTED WITH LEADING G
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COUNTY           CITY/TOWN        SURGE   TIDE   DATE/   BEACH
                 OR LOCATION      (FT)    (FT)   TIME    EROSION
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F. TORNADOES...
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(DIST)CITY/TOWN              COUNTY           DATE/         EF SCALE
LAT LON (DEG DECIMAL                          TIME(UTC)    (IF KNOWN)
DESCRIPTION
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G. STORM IMPACTS BY COUNTY...
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COUNTY            DEATHS           INJURIES             EVACUATIONS
DESCRIPTION
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ATASCOSA             0                 0                     0

BASTROP              0                 0                     100

100 PEOPLE EVACUATED. WIDESPREAD 15+ INCHES OF RAIN FELL AND PUT
OVER 150 LOW WATER CROSSINGS UNDERWATER AT ONE POINT. THIS HAS
LIKELY DAMAGED OVER 50 ROADS. EARLY INDICATIONS SHOW 40 HOMES
PROBABLY HAVE WATER DAMAGE BUT ASSESSMENT TEAMS ARE STILL GETTING
PUT TOGETHER. SOME TREES WERE DOWNED ACROSS THE COUNTY AND LED TO
SOME POWER OUTAGES. MULTIPLE WATER RESCUES WERE MADE.

BEXAR                0                 0                     0

A FEW TREES DOWNED ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE COUNTY. NO MAJOR WATER
ISSUES EXPCEPT FOR A FEW LOW WATER CROSSINGS THAT WERE FLOODED FROM
SEVERAL INCHES OF RAIN. A FEW ROADS WERE CLOSED DUE TO HIGH WATER.

CALDWELL             0                 0                     8

8 PEOPLE EVACUATED DOWNSTREAM OF A DAM. 100S OF ROADS CLOSED ACROSS
THE COUNTY DUE TO FLOODING WITH ESTIMATES OF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN
DAMAGE TO THE ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE. THERE WAS DAMAGE TO 10 DAMS. WIND
DAMAGE WAS REPORTED ACROSS THE COUNTY MAINLY TO TREES AND SMALL
STRUCTURES AS WIND GUSTED WELL OVER 50 MPH. EARLY ESTIMATES
INDICATED AS MANY AS 50 HOMES EXPERIENCED FLOOD DAMAGE. MULTIPLE
WATER RESCUES WERE MADE.

COMAL                0                 0                     0

WIND GUSTS WELL OVER 50 MPH BROUGHT MULTIPLE TREES DOWN ACROSS THE
COUNTY AND LED TO SCATTERED POWER OUTAGES. AT ONE POINT 15K
CUSTOMERS WERE WITHOUT POWER BUT THE OUTAGES WERE SPORADIC AND
DIDN`T LAST VERY LONG. SEVERAL LOW WATER CROSSINGS WERE FLOODED
ACROSS THE COUNTY THAT LASTED FOR A FEW DAYS AS THE WATERS WERE SLOW
TO RECEDE. ONE COUNTY BUILDING SUSTAINED WATER DAMAGE DUE TO THE
WIND-BLOWN RAIN. ESTIMATES OF DAMAGE TO THE BUILDING IS 10K. AT ONE
POINT COMAL COUNTY DID HOST 268 EVACUEES FROM THE MIDDLE TEXAS
COAST.

DEWITT               0                 0                     300

300 PEOPLE EVACUATED. LARGE TREES DOWNED ACROSS THE COUNTY WITH SOME
STRUCTURAL DAMAGE ALSO NOTED ON SOME BUILDINGS AND HOMES. WINDS
GUSTED WELL OVER 60 MPH ACROSS MUCH OF THE COUNTY AS THE CENTER OF
HARVEY MOVED OVER AND NEAR THE CITY OF CUERO. FLOODING FROM THE
GUADALUPE RIVER CAUSED MULTIPLE HOMES TO FLOOD IN CUERO AS WELL AS
10 MILES DOWNSTREAM OF CUERO. AS MANY AS 100 HOMES WERE AFFECTED BY
HIGH WATER. THE GUADALUPE RIVER NEAR CUERO CRESTED AT 44.36 FEET,
ITS SECOND HIGHEST CREST ON RECORD.

FAYETTE              0                 0                     400

400 PEOPLE EVACUATED. WIDESPREAD 20+ INCHES OF RAIN FELL ACROSS MOST
OF FAYETTE COUNTY. THE COLORADO RIVER CRESTED AT JUST OVER 54 FEET
MAKING IT THE 3RD HIGHEST CREST EVER AND THE HIGHEST SINCE 1913.
THERE ARE LIKELY 500 IMPACTED HOMES ACROSS THE COUNTY WITH SEVERAL
DESTROYED ALONG THE COLORADO RIVER AT LA GRANGE AND ALONG BUCKNER`S
CREEK IN FRISCH AUF VALLEY COUNTRY CLUB. FLOODED ROADS ARE EXTENSIVE
ACROSS THE COUNTY WITH LIKELY AT LEAST 500K IN DAMAGE TO ROAD
INFRASTRUCTURE. POWER AND CELL SERVICE IN LA GRANGE WERE IMPACTED.
MULTIPLE BUSINESSES ALONG THE RIVER BELOW WATER STREET IN LAGRANGE
TOOK ON WATER AND ARE EITHER DESTROYED OR HAVE MAJOR DAMAGE.

GONZALES             0                 0                     0

SIGNIFICANT FLOODING OCCURRED ON PEACH CREEK WHERE WIDESPREAD 10-15
INCHES OF RAIN FELL, BUT OVERALL FLOOD DAMAGE WAS LIMITED TO 2
HOUSES. OVER 20 ROADS WERE FLOODED. WIDESPREAD WIND DAMAGE TO MAINLY
TREES WAS REPORTED WITH MANY TREES UPROOTED ACROSS THE ENTIRE
COUNTY. WIND GUSTS OVER 50 MPH WERE REPORTED.

HAYS                 0                 0                     100

100 PEOPLE EVACUATED. THERE WAS A SINKHOLE ON HIGHWAY 21 ON THE
CALDWELL/HAYS COUNTY LINE BUT NO OTHER ROAD ISSUES REPORTED EXCEPT
FOR MANY LOW WATER CROSSINGS FLOODED DURING THE EVENT. THERE WERE
SEVERAL AREAS THAT EXPERIENCED POWER OUTAGES DUE TO DOWNED TREES,
LIMBS, AND POWERLINES.

KARNES               0                 0                     0

SEVERAL TREES DOWNED ACROSS THE EASTERN HALF OF THE COUNTY BUT
OVERALL IMPACTS WERE LIGHT.

LAVACA               0                 0                     0

SEVERAL TREES DOWNED ACROSS THE COUNTY AS WELL AS SOME MINOR
STRUCTURAL DAMAGE NOTED IN YOAKUM AND SHINER. THE NAVIDAD RIVER
REACHED RECORD HEIGHTS AT BOTH SUBLIME AND NEAR SPEAKS TX. THE HIGH
WATER MAINLY AFFECTED MOSTLY FLOODPLAIN AREAS AND NO STRUCTURES WERE
DIRECTLY IMPACTED. SOME IMPACT TO AREA ROADS DUE TO HIGH WATER.

LEE                  0                 0                     0

THE HEAVY RAINFALL ACROSS ESPECIALLY THE SOUTHERN HALF OF THE COUNTY
HAS LIKELY BROUGHT IMPACTS TO AT LEAST 30 HOMES WITH AS MANY AS 25
POSSIBLY DESTROYED. SOME TREES DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY.

WILSON               0                 0                     0

EAST SIDE OF THE COUNTY HAD THE MOST RAINFALL AND A FEW ROAD ISSUES
OCCURRED AS A RESULT. OVERALL IMPACTS WERE LIGHT ALTHOUGH ONE WATER
RESCUE DID TAKE PLACE ON THE FAR EAST SIDE OF THE COUNTY.

GUADALUPE            0                 0                     0

CENTRAL AND EASTERN AREAS OF THE COUNTY HAD THE MOST RAIN, WHERE
BETWEEN 6 AND 12 INCHES OF RAIN FELL. SOME ROADS AND LOW WATER
CROSSINGS WERE FLOODED. WIND GUSTS UP TO 60 MPH PRODUCED SCATTERED
TREE DAMAGE AND POWER OUTAGES.

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