As Saturday morning arrived on the Texas Gulf Coast, people awoke to considerable damage left behind by Hurricane Harvey.
Images show damage to several buildings in the city of Rockport, which is located 30 miles northeast of Corpus Christi. The city took the brunt of the Category 4 winds. Corpus Christi also saw significant damage with photos showing houses that caught fire during the storm. Buildings and homes in Katy, near Houston, were demolished after tornadoes touched down.
We will update this post with the latest images of damage from Hurricane Harvey, which was downgraded to a Category 1 storm but with warnings of “catastrophic flooding” to come.
A destroyed apartment complex is seen on Aug. 26, 2017, after Hurricane Harvey passed through Rockport, Texas.
Donna Raney is helped out of the window by Lee Guerrero and Daisy Graham in Rockport.
Valerie Brown walks through a flooded area after leaving her apartment in Rockport.
A Rockport firefighter goes door to door on a search and rescue mission as he looks for people who may need help.
Jacque McKay walks through the apartment complex where she lives in Rockport.
A damaged home is seen after Hurricane Harvey in Rockport.
Damage is seen to a shopping center in Victoria, north and farther inland than Rockport.
Damage is seen at a business near Rockport
A damaged mobile home in Victoria.
Damage to a hotel in Victoria.
A business is damaged in Victoria.
A light plane sits upside done at Rockport Airport.
A sunken boat at Rockport Harbor.
Destroyed houses in Rockport.
A car lies abandoned in Rockport.
A police officer checks for survivors among destroyed houses in Rockport.
A gas station in Victoria.
Damage to homes is seen near Rockport
A sign on a Holiday Inn hotel in Victoria.
A burnt-out house that caught fire after Hurricane Harvey hit Corpus Christi.
A house suffers roof damage in Corpus Christi.
A fireman walks by a burnt-out car that caught fire in Corpus Christi.
A car lies submerged in Corpus Christi.
A street light lies in the street after being blown over in Corpus Christi.
Traffic lights lie on a street after being knocked down in Corpus Christi.
Debris is seen on the sidewalk in Corpus Christi.
Debris flies past as Stewart Adams, of San Marcos, Texas, balances himself against a gust of wind from in Corpus Christi.
Craig "Cajun" Uggen, 57, nearly floods his truck as Hurricane Harvey comes ashore in Corpus Christi. Minutes later, high winds blew off the camper carrying all of his belongings.
A street light is knocked off its base by the winds in Corpus Christi.
Street signs lie on the ground after winds from Hurricane Harvey escalated in Corpus Christi on Aug. 25, 2017.
A tree is seen knocked sideways in Corpus Christi.
- This article originally appeared on HuffPost.