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RADAR: Monitoring Tropical Storm #Imelda as it slowly moves northwest in Southeast Texas. #txwxhttps://www.pscp.tv/w/cFFFQDFNV0t3T3Z6QVJLYll8MWxQS3FlZ2V2Z0VLYjqroLvwELtqfmjoCYXNiv000aBn1ADQYCUvTTtiQVB8
#Imelda Key Message: This system is likely to produce life-threatening flash flooding along portions of the Upper Texas Coast, including the Houston and Galveston areas. The latest forecast graphics as of 4 PM CDT are included here.
403PM: Tropical Storm #Imelda is slowly moving inland between Angleton and Alvin. A large feeder band is moving onshore from Galveston to southern Harris county. One-hour rainfall rates are approaching three inches per hour under that band. #houwx #txwx
My good friend just sent me this from Galveston, he’s says “It’s a blowing!”.
📸: Eddie Gebhardt
15 min rainfall rates nearing 1 inch from near Ellington Field to north of Pearland. Street flooding possible in this area #houwx #hounews