- Hurricane Harvey made landfall along the Texas coast Friday night, bringing strong winds and rain through the area.
- The Category 4 hurricane is the fiercest to hit the mainland U.S. in more than a decade, though it later weakened to a tropical storm.
- Winds reached speeds of more than 130 miles per hour.
- The National Weather Service says parts of south Texas could be left uninhabitable for weeks or months.
- The National Hurricane Center says parts of the Lone Star State could see "catastrophic flooding" in the coming days.
- Though emergency personnel say they've seen broad damage to some buildings, some firefighters are waiting for conditions to improve before they can assess the damage.
- The Coast Guard urges Texas residents to stay safe and avoid venturing out while the damage is assessed.
- Two people have been confirmed dead, and 12 to 14 injured.
- FOX23 Meteorologist Megan McClellan is tracking the storm and aftermath in the area.
- Crews from Oklahoma are gearing up to help those impacted.
- The White House says that President Trump will travel to Texas on Tuesday.
- Volunteers can call 1-800-Red-Cross or go to RedCross.org to find out ways you can help.
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Oklahoma Senator James Lankford tweeted out to those affected by the storm.
Praying for our neighbors to the South across the Red River as they deal with #HurricaneHarvey— Sen. James Lankford (@SenatorLankford) August 25, 2017
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