The Montgomery County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management continue to work with it’s
partners to bring you the most updated information available.
The National Weather Service has forecast that the heaviest rain this afternoon continues to shift east away
from the Houston metro, with a break in rain expected across much of the region this evening. Scattered
showers and thunderstorms are expected to develop southwest of the region tonight after midnight, spreading
into the region 12-3 AM Thursday. Periods of showers and thunderstorms will continue across the region
through 12 PM Thursday, with rain chances dropping dramatically Thursday afternoon and evening.
Rivers and creeks in Montgomery County remain below flood stage. At this time, we do not anticipate any of
them to reach flood stage.
There are a few roads that have substantial water on them or are impassable:
On Calvary at Snoe
Bilnoski/Mr Zion
16800 Block Rogers Road
North Clark at Mount Zion
Johnson Road between Bert Brown and Traci Jo
County Line/Dave Moore Rd (Caney Creek)
Glenmont Estates Blvd – impassable
Glenmont Estates at Brushy Creek- impassable
Silver Spur/ Enchanted Forest- impassable
Roberts Cemetery @ Spring Creek – impassable
Sanders Cemetery @ Spring Creek – impassable

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