Listen: Fork Henderson River, Scott Lawrimore And Harris County discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"Streets tonight. So pretty impressive rainfall marching on through this. Is that Pacific weather system that we've been talking about flash flood watch through Saturday morning for us. Heaviest. Rain after midnight tonight and into early Saturday morning, and we're talking inches of the stuff coming down here. Forty one degrees. Our low tonight and rainshowers taper off after late morning tomorrow. The sun shines backout Sunday highs this weekend in the forties. Lows in the thirties, I'm meteorologist Scott Lawrimore at the Weather Channel, forty seven degrees in the Woodland's forty-seven, Katie and forty nine at the KTAR h top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center for live Doppler, seven forty weather radar. Go to KTAR H dot com and click on storm watch KTAR each news time five oh one. We do have this bit of concern from the Harris County flood control district. Here's county meteorologist Jeff lender. Expecting major flooding along the west fork Henderson river area. The subdivisions we expect to be impacted are the north shore subdivision forest, cove, Bella woods and river craft along with the kingwood country club area the is expected to reach its threshold sometime. Today and then hit its peak crest on Monday evening. It's likely to remain above flood stage into Wednesday. Mayor mayor Sylvester Turner urging Estonians to use caution out on the roadways. We do have that flash. Flood watch in effect through this morning. Public works crews. I've been standing by to put up flood barricades at problem areas throughout the city."