FORT BEND COUNTY, TX – At 0815 on Tuesday, September 18, 2019 the office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management conducted a morning briefing with our staff int he Emergency Operations Center. In short: not a lot happened overnight in Fort Bend County as the storm largely followed the center of the National Weather Service forecast cone, moving north and east of the County.
The Brazos River is still very low; most of our creeks, streams, and bayous are well within their banks.
We had reports of typical street ponding following significant rain, but no major road closures at this time.
CenterPoint is reporting 99.89% system wide reliability, with minor scattered outages across Fort Bend.
The Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management will continue monitoring the weather while continuing our daily operations. Be sure to like, follow, and subscribe to Fort Bend County HS&EM on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube for updates and information on disasters threatening our County.