COLLEGE STATION – Texans should take measures to prepare their houses, farms, and ranches for the potential effects of Hurricane Harvey.
“We’re expecting Harvey to bring a lot of rain and flooding over a large area of the state and, as he intensifies, some strong winds as well,” said Dr. Andy Vestal, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension specialist in emergency management, College Station. “The storm system may also spur tornadic activity.”
The Texas Extension Disaster Education Network has a variety of materials on disaster preparation and recovery on their website.
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