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Rain Continues Through The Week & Tracking Disturbance Nearing Gulf



Spring, Texas – September 10, 2018: More heavy rainfall is in the forecast tonight and tomorrow (Tuesday). The area remains in a flash flood watch until Tuesday evening. The National Weather Service is predicting more than 2 inches of rain in the next 24-48 hours, however, thunderstorms are forecast nearly every day this week.

>>> Flash Flood Watch In Effect from Monday 09/10/18 1:00 PM until Tuesday 09/11/18 at 6:00 PM <<<

We are keeping a watchful eye on developments with the tropical disturbance over the eastern Caribbean. There is a 50% chance of development into a tropical storm or depression over the next 5 days. We will continue to monitor this system and will bring you additional updates in the days to come.

This is a prime time to remind you that we are in the peak of Hurricane season. Now is the time to prepare and finalize all hurricane preparedness kits and plans. Although the chances of this disturbance developing into a full fledged hurricane is unlikely, we could still see significant rain as we move into the weekend depending on how this system plays out.

There is no reason to get hyped up or worried, rather we just need to keep an eye on this system and plan accordingly as we move into the days ahead.

>>> Track the storms live with our FREE interactive weather radar <<<


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