See before-and-after satellite images of Harvey flooding


SAN ANTONIO – After Harvey made landfall as a hurricane first, then worked its way inland as a tropical storm, the flooding left in its wake was extensive and devastating.

Hundreds of square miles along the Texas coast in East Texas are underwater. Thousands of homes have been destroyed.

In order to get a sense of the scope of the flooding, USAA has created a tool to compare satellite imagery of south and east Texas before and after Harvey's arrival.

CLICK HERE to view USAA's online, interactive map.

The images will be updated frequently, but may not include images from all areas affected by Hurricane Harvey. Please check frequently for updates.