Listen: Harris County, Austin County Galveston Fort And Galveston County discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"We'll be careful on the streets tonight, some pretty impressive rainfall marching on through this. Is that Pacific weather system that we've been talking about flash flood watch through Saturday morning us. Heaviest rain after. Midnight tonight and 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 sun shines back out Sunday highs this weekend in the forties. Losing the thirty s I'm meteorologist, Scott Lawrimore, the Weather Channel and keep in mind. We do have a flood advisory for Wharton county eastern Jackson county southeast Austin county Galveston fort, Ben Brasilia, southeast Waller, Matagorda county and also western Harris County that's something to be concerned about also we do have a flash flood warning in effect until two fifteen AM for northeastern Galveston county and southeastern chambers county right now fifty one degrees in the Woodland's fifty one in Katie and fifty-six 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 one oh to our top story. The new weather warnings from the Harris County flood control district tonight from county meteorologist Jeff Lindner. We are expecting major flooding along the west fork Henderson river many 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 tomorrow and hit its peak crest Monday, it's likely to remain a blow flood stage into Wednesday. Mayor Sylvester Turner urging Houston's to caution us caution about the roadways tonight. If you have to be out public works crews are standing by to put up flood barricades at problem areas throughout the city."