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Last Map Update: Tue, Sep. 17, 2019 at 7:30:39 am CDT

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A wet week is ahead, with multiple rounds of rain - some of it heavy - expected. Keep up to date with the latest information and potential for flooding rains.
Very heavy rainfall is possible this week that may result in flash flooding.
A Flash Flood Watch is in effect today through Wednesday afternoon for portions of the region.
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
Caldwell07:15Overcast10757393NE 5-29.95
College Station06:53Overcast10757393NE 10-29.94
Huntsville06:53Overcast9757290NE 5-29.95
Brenham07:15Overcast77575100NNE 5-29.93
Conroe06:53Partly Cloudy10757393NE 6-29.92
Cleveland07:15Lightning Observed77575100CALM-29.95
Hooks Airport06:53Overcast10767390NE 7-29.90
Intercontinental Airport06:53Light Rain \ Cumulonimbus Clouds, Lightning Observed10777490ENE 12-29.90
Houston Hobby Airport07:06Heavy Rain \ Mist \ Cumulonimbus Clouds, Lightning Observed1 1/2777593E 9-29.89
Sugar Land06:53Mostly Cloudy10777696NE 7-29.88
Wharton07:15Lightning Observed10747394NNE 5-29.89
Pearland07:15Rain \ Mist \ Lightning Observed3767493NE 7-29.91
Ellington Field06:50Cumulonimbus Clouds, Lightning Observed2777594CALM-29.88
Angleton/Lake Jackson06:53Lightning Observed10767493NNE 5-29.87
Galveston07:11Heavy Rain \ Mist \ Lightning Observed3787693CALM-29.89
Bay City07:15Light Rain77878100NNE 3-29.86
Palacios07:14Overcast10787384N 9-29.85

Local Weather History For September 17th...
Hurricane Cindy made landfall near High Island on this date in 1963. The storm formed near the coast and made landfall
in about 24 hours. Cindy produced over 23 inches of rain over parts of East Texas. Damages were between $10-$15 million
dollars. In 1933, a late summer heat wave gripped the northeast part of Southeast Texas on this date. The high
temperature reached 100 degrees in Liberty and Anahuac reached 98 degrees.