Here’s a post from the City of Bryan about preparations that are being made ahead of Hurricane Harvey.
Hurricane Harvey is expected to bring a significant amount of rain to our area. Please remember the very simple yet very important mantra: turn around, don’t drown. Water is an unpredictable force of nature that can sweep away roadways and as a driver, you will not be able to tell until it is too late.
Continue reading “Bryan City Staff Prepare for Hurricane Harvey”
Here’s the 10:40 a.m. report on Harvey from the National Weather Service covering southeast Texas.
Harvey is gaining strength fast and is forecast to become a major hurricane before it makes landfall on the middle Texas coast either Friday night or into Saturday. There are no tropical storm watches or warnings in effect for Bryan, College Station, or Brazos County at this time, but that does not mean that we won’t be seeing gusty winds and heavy rain over the next several days. Some of these bands of rain may be able to produce rainfall in excess of 3 inches per hour, so flash flooding will be a concern.
Continue reading “Harvey Quickly Strengthening and Forecast to Be Major Hurricane”
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