TxDOT Galveston maintenance crews were out this morning sweeping SH 87 on the eastern side of Bolivar. High tide issues caused some debris and sand to wash up on the roadway. pic.twitter.com/cNlIfkNosM
— TxDOT- HOU District (@TxDOTHouston) December 3, 2020
TRAFFIC ALERT: I45 Southbound Feeder Road between West FM 517 and Water Street
Clouds are already increasing in advance of a developing low and cold front that will bring our area another shot at rain tonight and Wednesday. For most, this will just be another bit of rain. Closer to the coast, there will be a higher chance for storms, and a limited threat for both heavy rain and severe weather. Gusty winds on the Gulf will require small craft advisories both before and after the front.
The Road and Bridge Department is improving the 4th Street loop in Port Bolivar this week