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Flash Flood Watch
AUSTIN-BRAZORIA ISLANDS-CHAMBERS-COASTAL BRAZORIA- COASTAL GALVESTON-COASTAL HARRIS-COASTAL JACKSONCOASTAL
MATAGORDA-COLORADO-FORT BEND- GALVESTON ISLAND AND BOLIVAR PENINSULA-INLAND BRAZORIA- INLAND
GALVESTON-INLAND HARRIS-INLAND JACKSON-INLAND MATAGORDA- MATAGORDA ISLANDS-MONTGOMERY-NORTHERN
LIBERTY-SOUTHERN LIBERTY- WALLER-WHARTON- INCLUDING THE CITIES OF ALVIN, ANAHUAC, ANGLETON, BAY CITY,
BAYTOWN, BELLVILLE, BROOKSHIRE, CLEVELAND, CLUTE, COLUMBUS, CONROE, DAYTON, DEVERS, DICKINSON, EAGLE LAKE,
EDNA, EL CAMPO, FIRST COLONY, FREEPORT, FRIENDSWOOD, GALVESTON, GANADO, HEMPSTEAD, HOUSTON, LA MARQUE,
LAKE JACKSON, LEAGUE CITY, LIBERTY, MISSION BEND, MISSOURI CITY, MONT BELVIEU, OLD RIVER-WINFREE, PALACIOS,
PASADENA, PEARLAND, PECAN GROVE, PRAIRIE VIEW, ROSENBERG, SEALY, STOWELL, SUGAR LAND, SURFSIDE BEACH, TEXAS
CITY, THE WOODLANDS, WALLER, WEIMAR, WHARTON, AND WINNIE 428 PM CDT SAT SEP 19 2020
…FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM SUNDAY MORNING THROUGH TUESDAY EVENING…
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN HOUSTON/GALVESTON HAS ISSUED A
* FLASH FLOOD WATCH FOR PORTIONS OF SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS AND SOUTHEAST TEXAS…INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING
COUNTIES…IN SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS…COASTAL JACKSON AND INLAND JACKSON. IN SOUTHEAST TEXAS…AUSTIN…BRAZORIA
ISLANDS…CHAMBERS… COASTAL BRAZORIA…COASTAL GALVESTON…COASTAL HARRIS… COASTAL
MATAGORDA…COLORADO…FORT BEND…GALVESTON ISLAND AND BOLIVAR PENINSULA…INLAND BRAZORIA…INLAND
GALVESTON… INLAND HARRIS…INLAND MATAGORDA…MATAGORDA ISLANDS… MONTGOMERY…NORTHERN
LIBERTY…SOUTHERN LIBERTY…WALLER AND WHARTON.
* FROM SUNDAY MORNING THROUGH TUESDAY EVENING
* PROLONGED HEAVY RAINFALL FROM TROPICAL STORM BETA WILL HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO PRODUCE UP TO 20 INCHES OF
RAINFALL ALONG THE COAST AND AROUND 8-12 INCHES INLAND.
* THIS PROLONGED PERIOD OF RAINFALL WILL HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO PRODUCE LIFE THREATENING STREET AND
There are now two disturbances in the Atlantic to keep an eye on. At this point there is a low chance of development but stay tuned as we will post updates as they are received.
As drained as everyone is remember we are still in hurricane season. There is a disturbance off the coast of Africa to keep an eye on.
***Tropical Storm Warning*** Fort Bend County has been placed in a Tropical Storm Warning. This means tropical storm conditions are expected within the county within the next 36 hours. Sustained winds of 39 to 73 mph are expected within the county.