Earth & Space Weather ~ CAT 4 Harvey Landfall, Nears Nuclear Plant, UV Update
Published on Aug 25, 2017
August 125, 2017: MAJOR UPDATE/HURRICANE HARVEY: STP/South Texas Project – 2 Nuclear Reactors.
August 25, 2017: Massive Gulf of Mexico hurricane was just upgraded to a CAT 4 storm. Hurricane Harvey goes “Nova” just before landfall!
August 25, 2017: We take a extremely close look at the accurate wind gusts that were recored during landfall as Hurricane Harvey’s winds began to destroy towns along the coast. Some buildings and structures HAD to be completely blown apart. Significant damage in some areas as these winds were equivalent to a EF2 Tornado.
August 25, 2017: The highly anticipated Hurricane Harvey, a Category 4 Major Hurricane has made landfall at Rockport/San Jose Island, Texas ending a 9 year major hurricane drought. Rain totals are now expected to start mounting at unbelievable heights as the big storm slows to a crawl. #climate #chaos
August 25, 2017: Relevant data you should know very well by now. These numbers affect you more than the outdoor temperature. Be safe out there and protect those that cannot protect themselves.
Thank you TEAM UV, what you do out there matters. You’re making a difference. Great job!
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