Listen: San Jacinto River, Houston And Scott Lawrimore discussed on Mark Levin
"Heavy rainfall into early Saturday morning. A nasty start to the weekend here with flash flooding threat continuing into Saturday morning. Forty one degrees overnight tonight, and some places have had four inch rainfall totals and looks like the rain showers will be tapering off here. First half of Saturday outta here by lunchtime Saturday, and then the sunshine is out Sunday is going to be a coal weekend. Lows in the thirties this weekend. Highs in the forties. I'm meteorologist Scott Lawrimore. The Weather Channel sixty four now under steady rain in the Galleria. The KTAR h top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center for live Doppler, seven forty weather radar to KTAR H dot com and click on storm watch seven oh one our top story Houston. Public works. Crews are standing by with flood barricades is heavy rains continue to move through the area. And we'll continue overnight. Mayor semester Turner is urging holiday shoppers to use caution when heading home later this evening, expecting the rain to be the most heaviest let's say between midnight and four o'clock in the morning and based on. Most recent reports were expecting about three to five inches. Here's county. Flood control district is now warning of major flooding in the west four of the San Jacinto river in the coming days in particular. The flooding is expected to fact subdivisions in the area near the river just east of the fifty nine freeway the rivers expected to reach its threshold sometime tomorrow and hit its peak crest, Monday evening and likely to remain above flood stage into Wednesday Houston's."