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Atmosphere, Volume 9, Issue 5 (May 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Rainfall from Hurricane Harvey in 2017 exceeded 50 inches in parts of Houston, Texas. Overland [...] Read more. Rainfall from Hurricane Harvey in 2017 exceeded 50 inches in parts of Houston, Texas. Overland flooding from the event produced $125 billion in damage. Analyses of more than 100 hurricane rainfall events in Houston and Miami since 1950 show us that the patterns for each city are quite different. As an example, the average Houston hurricane produces nearly twice as much rainfall as the average Miami hurricane. Tracks here are shown color-coded according to the Saffir-Simpson Category. View this paper.