After Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas coast in August 2017, the storm stalled over Houston and dumped as much as 60 inches of rain on some parts of the region.
(Photo Credit: Katie Hayes Luke for NPR)
Jerry Arnold shared photos of Harvey's floodwaters surrounding his home August 31, 2017. (Photo Credit: Courtesy of Jerry Arnold)
Texas National Guard troops help rescue people from flooded homes in Houston during Hurricane Harvey. (Photo Credit:
Texas Military Department
A photo from Arun Chaudhary, “Man in Camouflage Waders with Head in Hands,” from the Harvey Memories Project. (Photo Credit:
Arun Chaudhary/Public Domain
A load of Harvey evacuees in the back of Chris Ginter’s monster truck in Houston on Aug. 29, 2017. Ginter volunteered to evacuate residents from their flooded neighborhood near Buffalo Bayou.
(Photo Credit: Michael Stravato for The Texas Tribune)
Neighbors on Houston Avenue put up a sign to warn drivers of high water during Harvey (Photo Credit: Gail Delaughter )
A United States flag hangs outside a flooded home in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, Monday, Sept. 4, 2017, near the Addicks and Barker Reservoirs in Houston. (Photo Credit: AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
Houston in August 2017 days after Hurricane Harvey hit. (Photo Credit: JORGE SANHUEZA-LYON / KUT NEWS)
It’s been one year since Harvey hit Houston. Over the past few weeks, we've taken a look back at some of the biggest storms that have impacted Greater Houston...its development, policies, and people.
On the eighth and final episode of
Hurricane Season, Andrew Schneider examines Harvey.
This episode uses the song In Pursuit of Silence
by Daniel Birch ( www.danielbirchmusic.com)