Hurricane Harvey made landfall Friday evening on the Gulf Coast of Texas. Four days later, parts of east Texas are still getting rain.

Now the important question is: where will the remnants of Harvey go? AgDay meteorologist Mike Hoffman tracks where the storm could go and how it could affect farmers and ranchers through Labor Day weekend.

 


Click on the county to see cattle inventory numbers. Blue indicates the track Hurricane Harvey has followed, according to the National Hurricane Center (as of 8/29/17). Red indicates increased chances of precipitation due to Hurricane Harvey in the next five days, according to the National Weather Service (as of 8/29/17) (Christopher Walljasper/Farm Journal Media)

 

For more Drovers coverage of Hurricane Harvey's impacts on Texas ranchers and cattle herds, visit: 

Torrential Rains Hammer Texas Ranchers After Hurricane Harvey

Texas Ranchers Battle Hurricane Harvey to Protect Cattle

TSCRA Members Report on Storm Damage

Cow-Calf Producers Take Harvey’s Hit