The chips and other bagged foods section of a Walmart store is almost empty as people prepare for the possible arrival of Hurricane Harvey on Aug. 24 in Houston.
Aug. 25, 2017: Hurricane Harvey was "dangerously approaching the Texas Coast" and expected to bring as much as 35 inches of rain and storm-surge flooding that could reach a depth of 6 to 12 feet along the coast, the National Hurricane Center said.
Aug. 25, 2017: Forecasters say Harvey is on track to become a Category 3 hurricane with winds of at least 111 mph by the time it makes landfall around Corpus Christi late Friday or early Saturday.
Sal Valerio walks near the bay waters as they churn from approaching Hurricane Harvey on August 25, 2017 in Corpus Christi, Texas.
As heavy rain and gusty winds from Hurricane Harvey moved in, coastal residents were deciding on Friday, Aug. 25, 2017, whether to flee or to stay put and brace for a potentially life-threatening storm.
A sign on a business reads, "Closed for Harvey," as people prepare for the storm to approach on Aug. 25, 2017, in Corpus Christi, Texas.
The hurricane is expected to stall over the state, broadening the flood threat, forecasters said.
The head of FEMA encouraged to residents to evacuate Friday morning, saying the window to do so is rapidly closing, and if that they don't evacuate, then "that's on them."
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has requested the activation of 700 National Guard members in preparation for the massive storm.
An electronic road sign warns residents of Harvey on Thursday, Aug. 24, 2017.
Hurricane Harvey seen from space.
Drone image of the eye of the storm as it cruised over the Gulf of Mexico before landfall.
A view of Hurricane Harvey from the International Space Station.
Monica Burgos takes shelter from Hurricane Harvey at a Good Samaritan Rescue Mission, which is over capacity with people looking for shelter on Aug. 25, 2017, in Corpus Christi.
Waves pound the shore from approaching Hurricane Harvey on Friday, Aug. 25, 2017, in Corpus Christi.
A sign blows in the wind after being partially torn from its frame by winds from Hurricane Harvey on Aug. 25, 2017, in Corpus Christi.
In this NOAA handout image, the NOAA/NASA Suomi NPP satellite captures an infrared image of Hurricane Harvey just prior to making landfall at 18:55 UTC Friday along the Texas coast. NOAA's National Hurricane Center clocked Harvey's maximum sustained winds at 110 miles mph with higher gusts.
Maria Jaramillo, center, and other guests of the TownPlace Suites hotel wait out Hurricane Harvey on Friday in Corpus Christi, Texas.
A tree is seen knocked sideways during the passing of Hurricane Harvey on Saturday, Aug. 26, in Corpus Christi, Texas.
A street light in Corpus Christi was blown over by the storm, which on Saturday morning was "turning into a deadly inland event," officials said.