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On Friday evening, August 25, Hurricane Harvey slammed into the Gulf Coast of Texas, just southwest of Houston. The hurricane packed sustained winds in excess of 130 miles per hour, and has since been identified as the largest single rainmaking event in Continental U.S. history, with totals in some areas exceeding 50”.
Image courtesy © 2017 DigitalGlobe.
Commercial satellite imagery company DigitalGlobe has captured eye-opening before and after imagery documenting the devastating impact the storm had on those areas in its direct path.