Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Rockport, Texas on August 25, and by the time the storm left our region six days later, it had dropped thirty-three trillion gallons of water — as much as 60 inches of rain in some places — making it the most significant rainfall event in North America in history, causing over $100 billion in damages to over 300,000 structures, displacing over 1 million people from their homes, and claiming the lives of 88 men, women, and children. One year later, for many people, the recovery has barely even begun. In these pages you will find our stories of that storm.

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