Hurricane Harvey was one of the most powerful hurricanes to ever hit the United States. On August 24th, 2017, Harvey touched down in Houston, Texas and brought not only devastating winds and flooding, it also brought some massive storm surges and recording breaking figures along with it.
To learn more about the massive damage and record breaking winds, rain and long-term costs, be sure to check out the full infographic below.
A Look at Hurricane Harvey’s Record Breaking Numbers Infographic Summary
In the infographic above you will find some of the most damaging stats and recording breaking numbers that Harvey brought with it as it rolled across the Gulf of Mexico and into Houston, Texas. You can also find a brief summary of these statistics below.
Inches of rainfall that fell in southeast Texas from Thursday evening through early Monday morning near the town of Dayton.
Days of heavy rain may fall in some part of Texas from Harvey, from Aug. 25, potentially through Sept. 1.
Inches of rain is the top-end forecast rainfall amount mentioned by the National Hurricane Center with Harvey through its odyssey near/over Texas. That number could go higher.
Inches is the average yearly rainfall at Houston’s Bush Intercontinental Airport. Parts of Texas could pick up that amount of rain in roughly a week’s time.
Source: Texas Hurricane Harvey