Sun Aug 27 2017 10:22 PM

Back to Harvey (Any more on radar apps let's just start an ASK/TELL),

Bastrop Co. TX emergency officials are warning residents to be aware that Harvey's high winds (sustained tropical storm force with higher gusts over large areas of central Tx east of I35), have blown over signs alerting drivers not to enter flooded crossings.

Winds should slowly subside in the Austin to San Antonio region as Harvey continues back to the coast at a snail's pace, but the rains will continue, especially over/near the center, and to the southeast, east, and northeast of the center. If the center does reemerge over water, this configuration could quickly change some.

Also, the Colorado River from Bastrop to La Grange is close to making an all-time flood record in this area of concern.

Some Austin area storm totals-to-date
22.3 inches have fallen in Smithville, 19.1" Cedar Creek, 16.2" Dale, 13" in SE Travis County (Austin metro), Dripping Springs 6.3", 6" at Lake Travis.

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