Hurricane Harvey, which made a landfall on the Texan coast last Friday, has fizzled out to the level of a tropical storm.
However, its images taken from the International Space Station show that it continues to be a powerful force. The photos, captured from high above the inundated streets of Houston, were released by NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik.
He tweeted, “Far reaching #Harvey – this massive storm covers much of the horizon from up here! Be careful and stay #TexasStrong#HoustonStrong.”
Here are some of the other pictures taken by the astronaut showing Hurricane Harvey:
According to the forecasts, the storm is heading northeast towards Louisiana over the next few days. Meanwhile, the Houston region continues to suffer due to incessant rainfall and strong winds.
This story originally appeared on Mashable.
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