Hurricane Harvey is now stalling over Texas, with the biggest threat of catastrophic flooding looming ahead, lasting well into next week. Harvey made landfall Friday night near Rockport, Texas, north of Corpus Christi, as the first Category 4 hurricane to landfall in the U.S. since Charley in August 2004. Harvey’s center of circulation is currently located near

Victoria, Texas, only roughly 50 miles from where it made landfall late Friday night. Hurricane and tropical storm-force winds are still occurring. A sustained wind of 57 mph and a gust of 83 mph reported Saturday morning near Victoria. A Texas Coastal Ocean Observing Network station at Aransas Pass reported sustained winds of 102 mph and a wind gust of 132 mph Friday night. READ MORE