Flooding In Texas After Harvey Could Get Catastrophically Worse [VIDEO]

Flooding In Texas After Harvey Could Get Catastrophically Worse [VIDEO]

Flooding In Texas After Harvey Could Get Catastrophically Worse [VIDEO]

The images emerging out of Texas after Harvey struck were jaw-dropping and devastating. With the initial hurricane winds coming to an end, the rainfall has caused massive flooding.

Flooding in Houston on Sunday, August 27, 2017 (photo: Ernest Scheyder/Reuters)



The National Weather Service says there has never been anything like this before.


FEMA is already looking long-term at the recovery efforts.


And it could… get worse???


Fortunately, the very best of America is coming out to help their neighbors.



From first responders to the “Cajun Navy,” America is at her best when we go to the aid of those in need.


But if Harvey does indeed do what the projections suggest, and gathers up more water to dump on areas already flooded, it will be horrendous. Pray for Texas.

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  • Scott says:

    God bless them all. I’ve got friends and family in the area, much worse than expected, their house was thought to be safe, but is badly flooded.

  • GWB says:

    The National Weather Service says there has never been anything like this before.

    And people wonder why we don’t believe climatologists claiming the end of the world with AGW. Criminy. It’s horrendous, but it’s not so bad it’s never been seen before. Get a grip, people.

    To all those affected by it – my prayers for your continued safety, and help is on its way (no, not FEMA and the bureaucracy – real help).

  • GWB says:

    I saw a tweet on Instapundit using that pic of the SWAT member carrying the woman and her child, that captioned it “Toxic masculinity and privilege”.

    FEMA is going to be there for years

    Pfft. That was going to happen anyway. FEMA shows up and stays. And often makes recovery take longer than it otherwise would.

  • […] Well, the Texas coast is one heck of a mess, by all reports. Not as bad as the Galveston Hurricane back in 1990, that one killed between 6 and 12,000 people. But much of that was the lack of warning and the Weather Service does a remarkable job of predicting catastrophic weather events. So, we have much lower casualty counts these days, thank God. But it’s bad, and it’s going to be bad for a while, and may get worse, , not least because Harvey was left with nowhere to go, and so stopped and just plain kept on raining. Reports of between 20 and 50 inches of rain are not uncommon, and no watershed system is going to handle that. But Americans are being Americans and pulling together. Here’s a bit from The Victory Girls. […]

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