Flash Flood watch is in effect until 7pm this evening.

The amount of rainfall recorded for Montgomery County in the last 2 days, has ranged been between 1.5 – 5.64”. The heaviest area of rainfall recorded being in the Pinehurst Woodlands area.

The National Weather Service forecasts that we have a good chance of receiving rain each day for most of the week. Embedded clusters of strong and slow moving storms are possible, this could add another 3 to 5 inches of rainfall to our totals.

At this time, most river levels remain below flood stage. West Fork of the San Jacinto near Humble is in near flood stage at 47.4 ft., and is predicted to crest in this stage at

49.3 ft.

Keep in mind that our flood threat could be extended. With additional rain and runoff we could still experience flooding. Please be cautious when driving at night or approaching any roadways under water. Your car can be swept off the road in as little as 1 foot of water. Do not go around barricades or road closures. Turn Around Don’t Drown

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We encourage everyone to continue to monitor conditions in Montgomery County on the Emergency Management website, NOAA Weather Radio, Kstar 99.7FM or your favorite news source for vital weather related information.

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