We had flood, drought, 'Stros and snow - and that's just since August

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- This year has been nothing less than historic for the city of Houston.

We've survived a catastrophic flood, won the World Series, bypassed a drought, and now we're experiencing a winter wonderland.

Here's a timeline at how close the historic events were:

Texas was devasted by Hurricane Harvey in August

BY THE NUMBERS: Hurricane Harvey hits 6 million Texans with 30+ inches of rain
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Hurricane Harvey has wrecked havoc since it first made landfall on Aug. 25, creating a crisis in Southeast Texas and leaving behind a devastating flood in Houston. Here's a look at the numbers so far:

The Astros healed our hearts by winning the World Series in November

HISTORY EARNED! Astros defeat Dodgers in Game 7, win team's first championship

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Astros manager A.J. Hinch describes the long road to the team's Game 7 win.

Houston's Bayou City was surrounded by a drought in November

Three months after Harvey, drought creeps toward Houston

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The Bayou City is surrounded by a drought inching closer with each sunny day.

White Winter: Snow in December

Let it snow! Winter wonderland arrives in Houston

The events happened all within months, some bitter and some sweet, but through it all Houston remained strong.

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