Harvey Reforms Back Into Tropical Depression — Hurricane Watches Issued
Just when we thought he was gone and done, Harvey is throwing a monkey wrench into our program. Harvey was once a Tropical Storm when it made landfall in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula.
Now Harvey has reemerged into the warm waters of the Gulf Of Mexico and as of 10:00 a.m. this morning has been upgraded back up to Tropical Depression Harvey.
According to the National Weather Service and NOAA, Harvey is predicting that Harvey become a strong Tropical Storm and make landfall on the Texas coast by Friday afternoon. They also said it may even become a Category One hurricane.
Harvey is located right now at 21.5 North and 92.5 West or about 400 miles from the Texas/Mexico border with maximum winds at 35 mph. TD Harvey is moving Northwest at 9 mph.
Seeing that we most likely will be on the worst side of the storm which is the Easst side, rainfall amounts are expected in the Southwest Louisiana and Southeast Texas area could be upwards of 10 to 15 inches. Plus in some areas they could reach as high as 20 inches of rain between now and Tuesday.
So make sure you are prepared and keep it here for the latest on Harvey.