Harvey is now a Tropical Storm, located about 370 miles off the Texas coast, with 45 mph winds. But as you can see from the visible radar image above, there is a distinct spin starting to form. The chances of this becoming a hurricane are high, but that is not projected to be much more than a Cat 1. The real problem is that the Cone of Uncertainty is showing this thing to make landfall Friday night or early in the hours of Saturday and then crawl to a stop just about. It will slowly crawl up to the area between Corpus Christi and San Antonio and then hang out there for the next 24 hours almost stationary. This is where the potential for flooding comes in. As we get more updates, we will let you know!