Listen: Harris County, Sanderson River And Scott Lawrimore discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"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 rain showers taper off after late morning tomorrow. The sunshines backout Sunday highs this week in the forties. Lows in the thirties. I'm meteorologist Scott Lawrimore, the Weather Channel. And as Scott mentioned there, we do have a flash flood watch through into the day after sons sunrise, however, we also have a flash flood warning until four AM this is for south west, Montgomery County northeast, fort, bend county and western Harris County. Until four AM a flash flood warning. And right now, we have forty seven degrees in Katie forty nine in the Woodland's fifty-one the KTAR h. What top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center. KTAR news time three oh. Two for live Doppler, seven forty weather radar to KTAR H dot com and click on storm watch a new weather warning this evening from the Harris County, flood control district county meteorologist Jeff lender. We are expecting major flooding along the west fork of the Sanderson river on bowl 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 rivers expected to reach its threshold sometime later today and hit its peak crest Monday, it's likely to remain above flood stage into Wednesday. Mayor Sylvester Turner urging Huston's to use caution of you're out and about tonight. For a lot of different reasons. Please pay attention to the weather reports. Noah's Friday this is the holiday season. So I'm going to encourage people as much as possible later on tonight. And and I'm using like after ten they need, you know, our certainly advise people to kind of start making their way, home and public works. Crews are standing by to put up flood barricades at problem areas through the city.."