August 26, 2017

The storm has been downgraded to a Category 1, but it's expected to stall over the area until Tuesday, and catastrophic flooding is predicted. FEMA is calling it a "deadly inland event."

Worst reported damage is in Rockport. Because of power outages, lack of cell phone networks, storm debris, etc., there's no comprehensive coverage of the rest of the storm. Here are some pieces put together from Twitter:

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