Hanna is forecast to grow to be a hurricane previous to landfall Saturday someplace close to Corpus Christi. None of our counties will expertise hurricane winds, however a Storm Surge Warning is in impact from Sargent in Matagorda County all the way in which down the coast previous Corpus Christi. A Tropical Storm Warning is in impact from San Luis Cross at Galveston’s west finish all the way in which right down to the mouth of the Rio Grande, nevertheless it doesn’t embrace Galveston Island.
A Flash Flood Watch can be now in impact southwest of Houston for Saturday and Sunday. Heavy bands of rain are prone to blossom all through Saturday morning, then taper off as we get into the late afternoon and night. The place these bands arrange a fast 1-3″ of rain will fall. Tornadoes are additionally potential. It’s potential that we’re impacted by much more important rains on Sunday, and with the bottom already moist from Saturday’s storms, flash flooding and avenue flooding will grow to be extra probably.
We anticipate 2-5″ of rain to be frequent south of I-10. North of I-10 we anticipate 1-2″ of rain. Wherever the heavy feeder bands first develop, over 6″ of rain is feasible, and that might happen wherever in southeast Texas. Road flooding is almost certainly, however bayou, creek, and river flooding can’t be dominated out.
As at all times our group might be monitoring the scenario and can maintain you calmly knowledgeable and conscious of what the tropical wave is anticipated to do within the days forward.
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