When Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas coast in 2017, it had been 48 years since a major hurricane had devastated the Coastal Bend region of Texas. Harvey was not expected to be a major hurricane. Early predictions indicated a Category 1 or 2 hurricane. But its slow pace allowed it to gather strength, and on August 25, 2017, when it hit the Texas coast, it had indeed become a monster.
Even with modern technology’s ability to forecast the path and severity of a hurricane, they remain unpredictable. Hurricane Harvey proved that. And that’s why acting before a hurricane is critical to keep you and your family safe.
Be prepared before a hurricane is coming this way. Have a plan and be prepared to execute it. To assist with that, we’ve provided resources to help.
2018 Hurricane Guide for South Texas
Prepared by the National Weather Service in Corpus Christi, this comprehensive guide provides information on hurricanes and preparing for them in South Texas.
Ready.gov – Hurricane Preparedness
A detailed timeline covering what to do prior to a hurricane’s predicted landfall: now, 36 hours out, 18-36 hours out, 6-18 hours out, 6 hours out, and surviving the storm.
The definitive resource for hurricane safety information to get your prepared before a hurricane heads to the Coastal Bend.
A History of Texas Hurricanes
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