Per the National Weather Service (NWS) Moderate to heavy rain to develop over portions of Galveston County Friday afternoon and continue in periods through Friday night into Saturday morning.
Monday, November 5th from 9:30 – 11:30, the National Weather Service will present the Floodwarn Seminar at the Galveston County Office of Emergency Management; 1353 FM 646; Dickinson, Texas.
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Drive with care near the intersection of SH 87 and SH 124 as the roadway is covered with 4- 8 inches of water and debris. Crews are attempting to clear the debris, but conditions are not improving. Expect that up to a foot of water and debris may cover the road during high tides tonight and in the morning. Proceed with caution.
Outdoor burning is prohibited in the State of Texas except under certain situations. Please double check the Outdoor Burn Rule Checklist to ensure that you meet the stipulations of the exemption.
Click here for a copy of the Outdoor Burn Rule and Checklist.
With Tropical Storm Michael churning in the Gulf towards the east, tides are higher than normal on the Bolivar Peninsula. Drive with care near the intersection of Highway 87 and Highway 124 during high tide as debris and high water may be present.