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Last Map Update: Thu, Sep. 19, 2019 at 3:13:34 am CDT

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Heavy rainfall possible through Thursday morning bringing the threat of localized flash flooding.
A majority of flood-related deaths this year have occured while the victim was driving. Please keep these important safety tips in mind if you are traveling.
There is a high rish of excessive rainfall leading to flash flooding for areas south of Houston tonight and a moderate risk tomorrow.
Turn Around, Don't Drown.
Strong currents and minor coastal flooding is possible through tonight.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Caldwell02:55Mist \ Lightning Observed7737297WSW 3-29.86
College Station02:53Clear10767597N 6-29.85
Brenham02:55Lightning Observed107878100SW 6-29.86
Conroe02:53Lightning Observed8767597CALM-29.85
Cleveland02:55Heavy Rain With Thunder \ Lightning Observed77575100S 7-29.86
Hooks Airport02:53Lightning Observed9797690SW 9-29.84
Intercontinental Airport02:53Cumulonimbus Clouds, Lightning Observed8807790WSW 5-29.84
Houston Hobby Airport02:53Lightning Observed7817890SW 9-29.84
Sugar Land02:53Mostly Cloudy7818097WSW 392 [HI]29.85
Wharton02:55Mist \ Lightning Observed5807792SSW 8-29.86
Pearland02:53Lightning Observed8817890SSW 8-29.85
Ellington Field01:50Lightning Observed9777594SSW 10-29.83
Angleton/Lake Jackson02:53Clear10827784SSW 9-29.85
Galveston02:52Mostly Cloudy10858085SSW 20G2999 [HI]29.86
Bay City02:55Mostly Cloudy10838091SSW 895 [HI]29.86
Palacios02:53Partly Cloudy10867877S 16G2299 [HI]29.85

Local Weather History For September 19th...
A heavy rain event affected parts of Fort Bend, Harris, Brazoria and Galveston counties on this date in 1979. Matagorda
recorded 14.84 inches of rain, Alvin received 12.21 inches of rain and Houston Hobby Airport recorded 11.15 inches of
rain during this event. There were four deaths attributed to the flooding.