Hurricane Harvey: Where Will It Go Next?

August 29, 2017 03:14 PM

Hurricane Harvey made landfall Friday evening on the Gulf Coast of Texas. Four days later, parts of east Texas are still getting rain.

Now the important question is: where will the remnants of Harvey go? AgDay meteorologist Mike Hoffman tracks where the storm could go and how it could impact your Labor Day weekend plans.

Hurricane Harvey: Outlook

Click on the county to see cattle inventory numbers. Blue indicates the track Hurricane Harvey has followed, according to the National Hurricane Center (as of 8/29/17). Red indicates increased chances of precipitation due to Hurricane Harvey in the next five days, according to the National Weather Service (as of 8/29/17) (Christopher Walljasper/Farm Journal Media).

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