From Montgomery County Office of Emergency Management (statement issued Wednesday evening, April 20, 2016)

Montgomery County received an additional .25” – 1.30” of rain today. This did not cause any additional flooding. Flash flood watch has been cancelled, Areal flood watch is still in effect.
We continue to monitoring rivers and creeks, road closures and areal flooding. All rivers and creeks are receding at this time and should be in minor flood stage or below by Thursday night. Rain is in the forecast for Thursday believed to bring .5” –1” of rain. At this time any amount of rain could produce additional street and ditch flooding, but no flash flooding expected.

A few roads remain impassable:

  • Highway 149/Forest Branch Ln
  • Magnolia Park between Waukegan and Creek
  • Koalstad Rd / Old Texaco Rd
  • Texaco Rd / Johnson Mallard
  • Milmac/FM 1484 & Willis Waukegan
  • 45 @ Spring Creek Turnaround
  • 1300 Riley Fuzzel (D2 office/Spring Creek Greenway)
  • Grand Pkwy / Townsen, Imperial Promenade, and Creekside Forest
  • Interstate 45 / San Jacinto River
  • Interstate 45 / Hwy 242 (nb feeder south of 242)
  • North and South Plum Creek @ Spring Creek
  • Morgan Cemetery @ Peach Creek Bridge
  • Old Hwy 105 E near Daw Collins
  • Old Sorters / Enloe
  • FM 1485 E / San Jacinto River (East Fork)
  • 20176 Alexander Ln
  • 2978 / North Grove
  • Vallie Rd / Richard Kaye
  • Willie Way and Timber Lakes
  • Timber Lakes/Timber Ridge Subdivision – The Woodlands

We encourage citizens to monitor our website and other local media outlets for changing conditions.

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