More than four dozen people have died or remain missing because of Harvey.
The victims of the storm and subsequent flooding include six family members whose van half-sank near Greens Bayou and a 60-year-old Houston police officer.
The Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences tells the Houston Chronicle that most of the storm deaths were drowning accidents.
Here are some of the deaths:
--Houston Police Sgt. Steve Perez, 60, drowned in his car in while driving to work. He was trapped in high water at Beltway 8 and the Hardy Toll Road.
--Alexander Kwoksum Sung, 64, died inside his clock repair shop.
--Nursing home patient Ronald Zaring, 82, died of a heart attack while being evacuated on a charter bus.
--Andrew Pasek, 24, died after stepping on live electrical wires while trying to get to his sister's stranded cat.
--Belia and Manuel Saldivar, both in their 80s, and their four great-grandchildren died when their van was caught up in the floodwater's current. The children, ages 6 to 16, were students in the Pasadena school district.
--Former Clear Creek High School track and football coach Ruben Jordan, 58, was recovered by boat.
--Katy minister Donald Rogers, 65, and his wife Rochelle, 58, died when when they drove into high water on Pool Hill Road.
--Lisa Jones, 60, of Porter, died when a tree fell on her trailer as she slept.
--Two people died in Jasper County when a tree fell on their vehicle as they drove down FM 777. They were Russell Barnes, 51, and Ginger Barnes, 43, of Alvin.
--Beaumont police found a 3-year-old girl still holding tightly to the body of her drowned mother, 41-year-old Colette Sulcer, 41. The girl is expected to fully recover.