When it rains, it pours… especially in EMC

Severe weather moved into East Montgomery County around 6 p.m. on Monday, bringing strong winds and heavy rains in advance of a cold front. The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning, but there were no recorded incidents of tornados touching down.

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The severe weather ended as quickly as it began, with the Grangerland area hardest hit.
More rain is anticipated for later in the week.

NWS Monday rainfall (inches)

  • Grangerland 2.3
  • Grand Harbor .70
  • Cleveland .77
  • Timber Switch .78
  • The Woodlands .77
  • Lone Star Airport .69
  • Mill Creek .82
  • Grand Lake Estates .59
  • Montgomery .84
  • Roman Forest .72

The NWS predicts possible development of another coastal low pressure system on Thursday and into Friday in the northwest Gulf of Mexico, which is expected to bring moderate amounts of rain to all of southeast Texas with potential for coastal flooding.

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