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Peak wind gusts from Harvey hit 130 miles per hour

Though Harvey’s winds lessened as it moved inland, several Texas coastal weather stations clocked gusts over 100 miles per hour Friday night and early Saturday.

The strongest winds were focused just northeast of Corpus Christi, around Rockport. The highest reading of 132 mph was registered at Port Aransas.

Here’s a graphic from Dallas television affiliate WFAA showing some of the peak gusts:

Hurricane Harvey updates: Texas hit by powerful storm, heavy rain

Hurricane Harvey is on track to be the strongest storm to strike the United States in 12 years. It’s forecast to make landfall on the Texas coast late Friday or early Saturday. Follow along for updates on preparations, evacuations and forecasts.

Visit the Capital Weather Gang for more on the storm.