Tropical Storm Harvey is about 20 miles north of Port O'Connor this morning, still drifting in an east south easterly direction, according to the latest advisory from the National Weather Service Austin/San Antonio office, News Radio 1200 WOAI reports.
All Harvey related watches and warnings for Bexar County, including the flash flood warning and the tropical storm warning, have been cancelled, although many warnings and watches remain in place for counties to the east and south.
Harvey is forecast to emerge offshore later today, then turn around and make another landfall on Tuesday, heading up the coast toward Houston. The NWS says right now, 'less than an inch' of additional rain is expected in San Antonio from Harvey, with about an inch possible for Austin.
In the Houston area, though, its a different story, with up to 20 inches more rain expected in southeast Texas as Harvey makes its second pass over the state.
There is also the possibility of 'devastating' mainstem river flooding in the Colorado River basin downstream from Austin, including near Lagrange, as well as Bastrop and Smithville.
The Brazos River in Fort Bend County is expected to crest at its highest level in 800 years.