As cleanup remains ongoing from Hurricane Harvey, we are asking that citizens report flooding or storm damage. Below is information for citizens on how to report damages within the area of Brazos County that they live in.
Brazos County (Cities of Kurten, Wixon Valley, and unincorporated areas of Brazos County): If you live in these areas, you can report damages via this web address: http://brazoscountytx.gov/forms.aspx?fid=69&admin=1&userid=395
City of Bryan: If you are a resident of the City of Bryan, you can report issues via the Help Bryan online form at www.bryantx.gov
City of College Station: If you are a resident of the City of College Station, you can report damages via http://cstx.gov/dem
Bryan Road Closures:
Palasota between Mockingbird and Groesbeck is currently closed. Please do not attempt to drive through this area.
More road closures will be posted as the information becomes available.
Flash Flood Warning
National Weather Service Houston/Galveston TX
827 AM CDT SAT AUG 26 2017
The National Weather Service in League City has issued a Flash Flood Warning for Brazos County until 11:25 a.m. Rainfall amounts of 1 to 2 inches an hour are possible.
Other counties affected include:
Continue reading “8:27 a.m. Update: Flash Flood Warning for Brazos County until 11:30 a.m.”
Here’s the 4:25 p.m. report on Hurricane Harvey from the National Weather Service covering southeast Texas:
Hurricane Harvey is a category 3 hurricane at this point and has not made landfall as of yet. The latest forecast for Harvey has been changed slightly and the storm’s impact could be felt well into Wednesday across southeast Texas.
The Flash Flood Watch for Brazos County has been extended through Tuesday evening.
Here’s the complete report from the National Weather Service:
Continue reading “Harvey Bearing Down on Texas Coast; Devastating Flooding Expected for Southeast Texas”
The Community Emergency Operations Center continues to monitor the situation. Emergency officials are in regular communications with the National Weather Service and the State Operations Center regarding potential impacts to Brazos County.
Continue reading “Press Release on Hurricane Harvey: Aug. 25, 2017, 5 p.m.”
#Harvey is now a category 3 #hurricane with 120-mph winds & a pressure of 943 mb (27.85″) See the latest advisory at http://hurricanes.gov
As of 6 a.m. today, August 25, Harvey continues to move northwest around 10 mph toward the mid-Texas coast. Harvey is now a category 2 hurricane and continues to strengthen. At this time there no changes to the watches and warnings in place for our area.
It is highly probable that Harvey will make landfall and stall, producing significant and prolonged rainfall. This will produce localized flooding for our region. Please do not attempt to cross flooded roadways.
Continue reading “Harvey Now Category 2 Hurricane, Strengthening”
Here’s the 4:38 p.m. report on Hurricane Harvey from the National Weather Service covering southeast Texas.
Harvey has intensified into a hurricane this afternoon and could become a high Category 3 hurricane on Friday before it makes landfall. But the primary impact from Harvey for Bryan, College Station, and Brazos County remains very heavy rainfall and the potential for extreme flooding. We may see the lower end of some tropical storm force winds on Friday night and into Saturday, but the flooding is really the concern.
A Flash Flood Watch has been issued for Brazos County and other surrounding counties from 4 a.m. Friday until Monday morning. That Flash Flood Watch also could be extended further into next week depending on Harvey’s path and how much it slows down over the weekend.
Continue reading “Harvey Now Cat. 1 Hurricane; Flash Flood Watch Issued Until Monday Morning”