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An abandoned vehicle sits in flood waters on the I-10 highway in Houston, Texas, Sunday, Aug. 27, 2017. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

Part of a Houston interstate looks like a churning ocean post-Harvey



Tropical Storm Harvey transformed part of Interstate 10, south of Beaumont, Texas, into something resembling a churning ocean.

Logan Wheat captured video of wind-driven waves when he went out on a boat to check on cattle, CNN reports.

"The boat was being thrown around a lot."
Wheat told CNN

Waves Break Over Interstate 10 as Tropical Storm Harvey Brings Devastating Flooding to Houston

Wheat added that the waves were so strong, they almost tipped over his boat.

After Wheat posted a photo of the startling sight, Texas state representative Dade Phelan shared it on social media. In his tweet, Phelan said the photo was likely taken near the border of Jefferson and Chambers counties.

It didn't take long for the National Weather Service in Houston and the Weather Channel's Jim Cantore to share the photo as well.

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