Hurricane Harvey, now a Tropical Storm, is stalling over the Houston area. Harvey will continue tracking northeast through this week, bringing additional rain over parts of Texas and Louisiana.
- Shipping points in McAllen and Laredo are unaffected and operating under normal conditions
- Mexican shipments are successfully crossing into Texas
- Little to no impact was seen in citrus groves and early cabbage plantings located in the Rio Grande Valley due to limited rainfall
- All major interstates, including 35, 77, and 281 in South Texas are open and operational
Our thoughts and prayers are with the flood victims throughout the state, including the millions affected in Houston.
Tropical Storm Harvey is currently located in the western Gulf of Mexico and is expected to make landfall on the Texas coast by early Saturday morning.
- Harvey is forecast to intensify before making landfall, likely reaching hurricane status by Friday
- The storm is expected to stall over the Texas coast, leading to multiple days of rain in the region
- Potential power outages, road closures, and delays may affect trucks loading in South Texas