TIME-LAPSE: Hurricane Harvey’s destructive path through Texas

TIME-LAPSE: Hurricane Harvey’s destructive path through Texas

An incredible time-lapse animation shows Hurricane Harvey from before its landfall on the Texas coast Friday through Monday afternoon.

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20 Responses

  1. Babylon says:

    “Fuck this place specifically”

  2. Babylon says:

    Seriously. You know that hurricane hates Texas when you can run faster than the speed it travels

  3. SharkMachineGun 2247 says:

    10 comments and already this comments section is cancer.
    Yes, the hurricane is real. Yes, go ahead and make your texas jokes, i have floodwater to clear out. And so does everyone in South Eastern Texas.

  4. poo and pee123 says:

    When you like your own comment cuz no one will😂

  5. Llama Boi says:

    People are making jokes and such, yeah have your laughs and stuff but what you don’t realize is people are losing their homes, their clothes, their everything.. Even lives. I’m from Corpus, along the coast and I breathe a sigh of relief that my home only has minimal damage, but as for power, I’ve been without it for 3 days now 😔 And the poor people in Rockport who literally have nothing as well as now Houston and Louisiana! So quit the fuss and consider helping this people and being a decent human at the very least.

  6. Chase Ardoin says:

    This clearly illustrates how hard Houston was pummeled better than words

  7. Katie Drew says:

    Either Thursday I was reading comments to a video about Harvey. Somebody said it was a joke. Lost my internet before I could respond. Are you laughing now jerk?

  8. Feltal says:

    This hurricane was man made.

  9. Jocelyn Rodriguez says:

    I LIVED…….but others died……
    My dad helped people and they were hurt am very upset my dog died to 😥Can I have at least 1 like. Now I have to live with my Aunt until we have somewhere to live plz like. This was the worst storm😥😭

  10. Christina Walker says:

    Saturday to Sunday I couldn’t sleep, there were constant tornado warnings in our area and at least 2 touched down near me, then you have the threat of flooding, high winds, and lord knows what else.

  11. Julie Walters says:

    We have so many vacant homes in Columbus, Oh, that could be used as temporary housing for Texas flood victims. Why isn’t this being considered?? Moving everyone to safe housing would give officials time and space to clean up the mess. I’m just saying.

  12. asoom says:

    earths figet spinner

  13. Bill Westfall says:

    Houston got wrecked so Corpus Christi must have been nuked by this

  14. failtolawl says:

    that’s insane. I’ve never seen a hurricane literally go back into the fucking water to get strong again.

  15. Snagaholic says:

    1 like = prayer🙏

  16. Brady Watson says:

    it’s almost refusing to fully disperse

  17. kirara2516 says:

    Wtf is wrong with comment section? people died during this. show some respect!

  18. craftminerBOB says:

    A man escapes from a prison where he’s been locked up for 15 years. He breaks into a house and inside, he finds a young couple in bed.
    He ties him to a chair. While tying the wife to the bed, the convict gets on top of her, kisses her neck, then gets up and goes into the bathroom.
    While he’s in there, the husband whispers over to his wife,
    “Listen, this guy is an escaped convict. Look at his clothes! He’s probably spent a lot of time in jail and hasn’t seen a woman in years. I saw how he kissed your neck. If he wants sex, don’t resist, don’t complain. Do whatever he tells you. Satisfy him no matter how much he nauseates you. This guy is obviously very dangerous. If he gets angry, he’ll kill us both. Be strong, honey. I love you!”
    She responds: “He wasn’t kissing my neck. He was whispering in my ear. He told me that he’s gay, thinks you’re cute, and asked if we had any Vaseline. I told him it was in the bathroom. Be strong honey. I love you, too.”

  19. LyftDriverJay says:

    Christ, what is Harvey’s problem with houston?

  20. Carlo Jacques says:

    This all occurred due to a high pressure gradient that originated in Nevada. The pressure gradient caused winds in the southwest US to move south or southwest. Hurricanes usually pan out into the mainland after making landfall. The winds pushed the entire system south while it was attempting to move northeast. That made it retract into Texas and is finally on it’s way out but very slowly due to the winds that displaced it’s speed into the country

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