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Hotheaded Hurricane Harvey Makes Its Way to the Gulf

ClaraGrace Pavelka, Managing Editor

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Bullets of water falling from the sky pelting innocent cars, stomping sidewalks, denting tin roofs with winds pushing and pulling your body and bending trees as if they are rubber bands. These are the welcoming signs of a hurricane. Most commonly heard from Bill Vessey, Hurricane Harvey is spinning and spiraling its way to the Gulf of Mexico.

As of now, Harvey is classified as a tropical storm but that is likely to change, especially with the warm coastal water. Harvey is bringing an expected 10 to 15 inches of rain and category 1 winds.

For sophomore Sydney Garver, nerves ripple down her spine when she hears of Harvey making its way to Corpus Christi. Hurricanes have affected her life before.

“My dad called, he was there, at our house. He told me our fence was torn apart and the grill was in the parking lot. I was nervous,” Garver said.

Fortunately, Sydney was safe in Austin. However this time, Sydney will endure Harvey’s temper.

“I am nervous because I do not know what will happen. There could be a lot of rain or a little bit of rain. Either way my family and I have to be prepared. We have bought water, and we have a supply of towels in case of flooding,” Garver said.

Harvey is strengthening and on path toward Corpus Christi. We all hope his temper is settled before hitting land, but as of now it seems unlikely.

About the Writer
ClaraGrace Pavelka, Editor in Chief

Hello, I am ClaraGrace Pavelka. This is my third year in journalism, and I am excited to take on the role of Editor in Chief this year. I write to inform the public with truthful stories and highlight positive news. My favorite part of journalism is getting to learn about people’s personal experiences. Besides being a part of newspaper, I am President of Business Professionals of America. In my free time, I enjoy reading and playing with my two Scottish Terriers, Callie and Scarlett.

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