913  
ACUS74 KHGX 131514 AAF  
PSHHGX  
 
POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...TROPICAL STORM HARVEY  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HOUSTON/GALVESTON TX  
907 AM CST MON NOV 13 2017  
 
NOTE: THE DATA SHOWN HERE ARE PRELIMINARY....AND SUBJECT TO UPDATES  
AND CORRECTIONS AS APPROPRIATE.  
 
THIS REPORT INCLUDES EVENTS OCCURRING WHEN WATCHES AND/OR WARNINGS  
WERE IN EFFECT...OR WHEN SIGNIFICANT FLOODING ASSOCIATED WITH HARVEY  
OR ITS REMNANTS WAS AFFECTING THE AREA.  
 
COUNTIES INCLUDED...MADISON...MADISON...WALKER...BRAZOS...GRIMES...  
MONTGOMERY...SAN JACINTO...POLK...WASHINGTON...BURLESON...WALLER...  
HARRIS...LIBERTY...AUSTIN...COLORADO...WHARTON...FORT BEND...  
JACKSON...MATAGORDA...BRAZORIA...GALVESTON...CHAMBERS...TRINITY  
 
NOV...13...UPDATED TO INCLUDE SAN JACINTO COUNTY FATALITIES.  
 
A. LOWEST SEA LEVEL PRESSURE/MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS AND PEAK GUSTS  
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METAR OBSERVATIONS...  
NOTE: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IS 10 METERS AND WIND AVERAGING IS 2 MINUTES  
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LOCATION ID MIN DATE/ MAX DATE/ PEAK DATE/  
LAT LON PRES TIME SUST TIME GUST TIME  
DEG DECIMAL (MB) (UTC) (KT) (UTC) (KT) (UTC)  
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K11R-BRENHAM REGIONAL AIRPORT - TX  
30.21 -96.37 1005.1 28/0435 360/022 29/2355 040/032 28/1815  
 
KARM-WHARTON REGIONAL AIRPORT - TX  
29.25 -96.15 1004.7 26/0635 060/021 26/0735 050/032 26/0855  
 
KBYY-BAY CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - TX  
28.97 -95.86 999.0 28/2355 010/031 28/2355 010/040 28/2355  
 
KCLL-COLLEGE STATION/EASTERWOOD FIELD - TX  
30.58 -96.37 1006.4 28/1410 040/026 27/2210 050/037 27/2337  
 
KCXO-CONROE/MONTGOMERY COUNTY AIRPORT - TX  
30.36 -95.41 1005.8 28/1330 330/020 31/0010 140/030 26/2006  
 
KDKR- CROCKETT/HOUSTON COUNTY AIRPORT - TX  
31.31 -95.40 1008.5 30/1335 030/015 29/0315 060/022 28/0415  
 
KDWH - HOUSTON/D.W. HOOKS AIRPORT - TK  
30.07 -95.55 1003.7 28/1440 070/021 27/0523 080/031 27/0615  
 
KEFD - HOUSTON/ELLINGTON FIELD - TX  
29.62 -95.17 1003.3 29/1650 160/027 26/1750 360/036 29/2150  
 
KGLS - GALVESTON SCHOLES FIELD - TX  
29.27 -94.87 1000.7 29/1535 350/039 29/2355 340/049 30/0030  
 
KHOU - HOUSTON HOBBY AIRPORT - TX  
29.65 -95.28 1002.4 28/1315 020/029 29/1853 020/042 29/1853  
 
KIAH - HOUSTON/BUSH INTERCONTINENTAL AIRPORT - TX  
29.97 -95.35 1003.4 28/1435 170/031 26/1807 170/041 26/1807  
 
KLBX - ANGLETON/BRAZORIA COUNTY AIRPORT - TX  
29.12 -95.47 1000.3 28/1545 010/029 29/1953 150/041 26/1642  
 
KLVJ - PEARLAND/CLOVER FIELD - TX  
29.52 -95.24 1002.7 28/1320 140/029 26/1430 140/044 26/1430  
 
KPSX - PALACIOS MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - TX  
28.72 -96.25 1000.0 26/0653 150/043 26/1420 150/060 26/1553  
 
KSGR - SUGARLAND REGIONAL AIRPORT - TX  
29.62 -95.65 1001.7 28/1320 050/038 26/1150 050/050 26/1150  
 
KUTS - HUNTSVILLE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - TX  
30.74 -95.59 1006.8 30/1450 340/017 30/2300 070/029 28/1724  
 
KBQX - BRAZOS 451 OIL PLATFORM  
28.49 -95.72 997.3 29/0155 130/046 26/0635 160/061 26/1150  
 
KGVX - GOMEX GALVESTON 424C OIL PLATFORM  
28.58 -94.98 9999.0 / 040/008 20/1915  
 
KAXH - HOUSTON SW AIRPORT  
29.51 -95.48 1002.0 28/1335 080/026 26/0615 080/037 26/0615  
 
K66R - ROBERT WELLS AIRPORT  
29.64 -96.51 1002.4 28/0255 080/024 26/1335 080/034 26/1335  
 
KELA - EAGLE LAKE AIRPORT  
29.60 -96.32 1001.7 28/0435 080/025 26/1115 080/036 26/1115  
 
KTME - HOUSTON EXECUTIVE AIRPORT  
29.81 -95.90 1002.7 28/1335 040/029 28/2155 090/040 26/1255  
 
KMCJ - JOHN DUNN HELISTOP  
29.71 -95.34 1008.1 28/1355 050/024 27/1935 050/032 27/2355  
 
KCFD - COULTER FIELD AIRPORT  
30.71 -96.33 9999.0 / 020/022 29/1755 010/025 29/2015  
 
K6R3 - CLEVELAND MUNICIPAL AIRPORT  
30.35 -95.01 1004.1 30/1415 340/017 30/1615 150/047 26/2055  
 
KEFD  
29.62 95.17 1003.4 29/1650 160/027 26/1750 360/036 29/2150  
 
REMARKS:  
 
NON-METAR OBSERVATIONS...  
NOTE: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IN METERS AND WIND AVERAGING PERIOD IN  
MINUTES INDICATED UNDER MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WIND IF KNOWN  
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LOCATION ID MIN DATE/ MAX DATE/ PEAK DATE/  
LAT LON PRES TIME SUST TIME GUST TIME  
DEG DECIMAL (MB) (UTC) (KT) (UTC) (KT) (UTC)  
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XMGB  
28.59 -95.98 I 129/056 26/0458 127/064 26/0514  
20  
XCRB  
29.46 -94.62 I 359/054 29/1843 356/061 29/1844  
65  
XGPR  
29.24 -94.85 I 103/050 25/1836 356/058 29/2020  
38  
XTEX  
29.36 -94.95 I 078/048 26/0226 078/055 26/0226  
65  
XLEV  
29.42 -94.89 I 083/043 25/2320 356/025 29/1900  
27  
XSRF  
28.92 -95.29 I 085/043 25/2206 176/058 27/0816  
25  
XGAL  
29.54 -94.91 I 109/041 26/0401 002/049 29/2048  
17  
XSBK  
29.55 -95.02 I 075/039 26/0315 075/048 26/0315  
30  
XPTN  
30.19 -90.12 I 210/038 30/2007 203/042 30/2013  
41  
XCLP  
29.56 -95.07 I 098/033 26/0420 195/053 27/0910  
32  
JSC  
29.55 -95.09 I 999/999 I 045/047 26/2355  
40/00  
 
REMARKS: JOHNSON SPACE CENTER WIND GUST OBSERVATION (BLDG B30)  
 
B. MARINE OBSERVATIONS...  
NOTE: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IN METERS AND WIND AVERAGING PERIOD IN  
MINUTES INDICATED UNDER MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WIND IF KNOWN  
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LOCATION ID MIN DATE/ MAX DATE/ PEAK DATE/  
LAT LON PRES TIME SUST TIME GUST TIME  
DEG DECIMAL (MB) (UTC) (KT) (UTC) (KT) (UTC)  
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42019 - BUOY 60 MILES SOUTH OF FREEPORT (NDBC) - TX  
27.90 -95.35 997.0 28/2350 110/035 25/1930 130/047 25/1956  
05/10  
 
42035 - BUOY 20 MILES EAST OF GALVESTON (NDBC) - TX  
29.23 -94.41 995.5 29/2000 000/038 29/2230 350/052 29/1814  
05/10  
 
REMARKS:  
 
C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 1200 UTC AUG 25 UNTIL 1200 UTC AUG 31  
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CITY/TOWN COUNTY ID RAINFALL  
LAT LON (IN)  
DEG DECIMAL  
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FRIENDSWOOD GALVESTON 56.00  
29.50 -95.20  
 
3 ENE SANTA FE GALVESTON 54.77  
29.39 -95.05  
 
2 W FRIENDSWOOD GALVESTON 54.00  
29.51 -95.22  
 
3 S LEAGUE CITY GALVESTON 52.87  
29.43 -95.11  
 
2 NW WEBSTER HARRIS 52.30  
29.55 -95.14  
 
2 E ELLINGTON FIELD HARRIS 52.00  
29.60 -95.12  
 
4 S LEAGUE CITY GALVESTON 51.62  
29.43 -95.11  
 
2 NNW FRIENDSWOOD BRAZORIA 105 50.04  
29.54 -95.22  
 
0.2 E DAYTON LIBERTY TX-LR-14 49.31  
30.04 -94.89  
 
2 S WEBSTER GALVESTON 110 48.20  
29.50 -95.12  
 
2 SSE NASSAU BAY GALVESTON 47.86  
29.51 -95.08  
 
2 E FRIENDSWOOD HARRIS 110 47.40  
29.50 -95.16  
 
4.40 WNW PASADENA HARRIS TX-HRR-9 45.74  
29.68 -95.22  
 
3 W LEAGUE CITY GALVESTON 45.34  
29.48 -95.16  
 
2 SSE HIGHLANDS HARRIS BATT2 45.10  
29.79 -95.04  
 
4.0 SSW SOUTH HOUSTON HARRIS TX-HRR-3 44.91  
29.60 -95.25  
 
1 NW SOUTH HOUSTON HARRIS 320 44.88  
29.67 -95.24  
 
3 NNW NASSAU BAY HARRIS 250 44.70  
29.58 -95.10  
 
1 NW SOUTH HOUSTON HARRIS 320 44.40  
29.67 -95.24  
 
3 NNW PASADENA HARRIS 44.35  
29.70 -95.18  
 
2.5 NNE FRIENDSWOOD HARRIS TX-HRR-3 44.05  
29.54 -95.18  
 
2 ESE FRIENDSWOOD GALVESTON 130 44.00  
29.49 -95.16  
 
NWS DICKINSON GALVESTON HGX 43.92  
29.47 -95.08  
 
2 NW NASSAU BAY HARRIS 43.68  
29.56 -95.11  
 
0.4 NW WEBSTER HARRIS TX-HRR-2 43.32  
29.53 -95.12  
 
1 NW LIBERTY LIBERTY 4100 43.24  
30.05 -94.82  
 
1 NW NASSAU BAY HARRIS JSC B30 42.99  
29.55 -95.10  
 
1 N NASSAU BAY HARRIS 42.99  
29.55 -95.09  
 
2 NW BAYTOWN HARRIS 1540 42.90  
29.77 -95.00  
 
4 E BAYTOWN HARRIS 410586 42.72  
29.74 -94.97  
 
I-10/I-610 EAST HARRIS 4810 42.52  
29.77 -95.27  
 
3.0 S SOUTH HOUSTON HARRIS TX-HRR-1 42.24  
29.61 -95.23  
 
4 NNE SOUTH HOUSTON HARRIS 940 42.10  
29.70 -95.20  
 
2 SSW MONT BELVIEU CHAMBERS 1725 42.00  
29.82 -94.90  
 
2 NW I-45/I-610 SOUTH HARRIS 3490 41.92  
29.72 -95.33  
 
1 N LIBERTY LIBERTY LRYT2 41.75  
30.05 -94.80  
 
2 SE LA PORTE HARRIS 620 41.40  
29.65 -95.03  
 
4 W TEXAS CITY GALVESTON 41.00  
29.40 -95.02  
 
1.60 NNW WEBSTER HARRIS TX-HRR-2 40.93  
29.55 -95.13  
 
4.10 WNW TAYLOR LAKE VIL HARRIS TX-HRR-9 40.91  
29.59 -95.12  
 
2 ENE JACINTO CITY HARRIS 1610 40.60  
29.77 -95.21  
 
0.5 SSE BACLIFF GALVESTON TX-GV-44 40.49  
29.50 -94.99  
 
5.60 NNW MISSION BEND HARRIS TX-HRR-2 40.30 I  
29.76 -95.70  
 
1 SE FRIENDSWOOD GALVESTON TX-GV-63 40.12  
29.50 -95.19  
 
8314 N HIGH ISLAND HARRIS 40.12  
29.55 95.08  
 
1.70 W CLOVERLEAF HARRIS TX-HRR-1 39.92  
29.78 -95.20  
 
1 SSE PASADENA HARRIS 39.75  
29.64 -95.15  
 
4.0 ENE PEARLAND HARRIS TX-HRR-1 39.66  
29.57 -95.21  
 
ELLINGTON FIELD HARRIS 39.23  
29.60 -95.16  
 
1 SW ELLINGTON FIELD HARRIS 39.23  
29.59 -95.17  
 
2 SE FIRST COLONY FORT BEND 39.17  
29.55 -95.58  
 
1.5 NNW MONT BELVIEU CHAMBERS TX-CHM-8 39.13  
29.87 -94.89  
 
1 ENE JACINTO CITY HARRIS 820 39.10  
29.77 -95.23  
 
2 SE CLOVERLEAF HARRIS 1420 38.90  
29.77 -95.15  
 
4 S HUMBLE HARRIS 38.88  
29.93 -95.26  
 
5 N I-10/I-610 EAST HARRIS 1675 38.20  
29.84 -95.28  
 
2 WNW KINGWOOD HARRIS 37.64  
30.06 -95.22  
 
2 W CROSBY HARRIS 1840 37.50  
29.91 -95.09  
 
3.0 WSW WALLER WALLER TX-WL-12 37.23  
30.04 -95.98  
 
1 NE HOUSTON/HOBBY AIRPO HARRIS HOU 37.01  
29.76 -95.39  
 
5.20 E KATY HARRIS TX-HRR-2 36.70  
29.79 -95.74  
 
2.90 NE RICHMOND FORT BEND TX-FB-18 36.56  
29.61 -95.73  
 
6 WNW MISSION BEND FORT BEND 36.50  
29.73 -95.75  
 
3.60 S CLEVELAND LIBERTY TX-LR-13 36.42  
30.29 -95.08  
 
0.5 SE SUGAR LAND FORT BEND TX-FB-5 36.36  
29.61 -95.61  
 
1 SSW ADDICKS HARRIS 2010 36.30  
29.76 -95.65  
 
3.40 NE RICHMOND FORT BEND TX-FB-17 36.28  
29.61 -95.72  
 
3.90 NNW WEBSTER HARRIS TX-HRR-2 36.26  
29.58 -95.14  
 
1.40 NE HOUSTON HARRIS TX-HRR-1 36.24  
29.78 -95.37  
 
4.40 WSW BUNKER HILL VIL HARRIS TX-HRR-2 35.20  
29.73 -95.60  
 
2 NNW I-45/I-610 SOUTH HARRIS 410 35.20  
29.72 -95.31  
 
3 NNW I-45/I-610 NORTH HARRIS 570 35.00  
29.84 -95.40  
 
4 N BUSH-INTERCONTINENTA HARRIS 1110 34.90  
30.03 -95.33  
 
1.0 NNE KATY HARRIS TX-HRR-1 34.55  
29.81 -95.81  
 
1 W SUGAR LAND FORT BEND TX-FB-12 34.51  
29.61 -95.62  
 
5.70 NNW MISSION BEND HARRIS TX-HRR-2 34.46  
29.76 -95.70  
 
1 S PEARLAND/ CLOVER FIE BRAZORIA LVJ 34.43  
29.55 -95.28  
 
2 SSW I-10/I-610 EAST HARRIS 2210 34.40  
29.74 -95.29  
 
1 ESE SUGAR LAND FORT BEND 4140 34.36  
29.61 -95.60  
 
1.6 NE FRIENDSWOOD HARRIS TX-HRR-1 34.33  
29.52 -95.18  
 
9.30 NE KATY HARRIS TX-HRR-2 34.03  
29.89 -95.71  
 
1.6 SW ALVIN BRAZORIA TX-BRZ-1 33.60  
29.41 -95.26  
 
4.4 NNE RICHMOND FORT BEND TX-FB-51 33.37  
29.63 -95.73  
 
1 ENE ADDICKS HARRIS 2110 33.20  
29.79 -95.62  
 
0.4 WNW WEST UNIVERSITY HARRIS TX-HRR-1 32.82  
29.71 -95.44  
 
0.8 N MISSION BEND HARRIS TX-HRR-1 32.54  
29.70 -95.66  
 
2.10 NNE HOUSTON HARRIS TX-HRR-2 32.22  
29.79 -95.37  
 
3.90 S KINGWOOD HARRIS TX-HRR-1 32.19  
30.00 -95.19  
 
4.4 W PEARLAND BRAZORIA TX-BRZ-2 32.00  
29.55 -95.35  
 
3 N HUFFMAN HARRIS 1940 31.80  
30.06 -95.10  
 
2.10 SSW HOUSTON HARRIS TX-HRR-2 31.76  
29.73 -95.40  
 
1 SSE SOUTHSIDE PLACE HARRIS 31.31  
29.70 -95.43  
 
5 ESE HOUSTON/BUSH INTER HARRIS IAH 31.26  
29.76 -95.39  
 
2.10 SSW CONROE MONTGOMERY TX-MNG-6 31.22  
30.29 -95.48  
 
6.90 NNW BROOKSHIRE WALLER TX-WL-9 31.13  
29.87 -96.00  
 
7.10 WSW SPRING HARRIS TX-HRR-1 31.12  
30.02 -95.49  
 
4.60 NW JERSEY VILLAGE HARRIS TX-HRR-1 31.01  
29.93 -95.62  
 
5.0 S CLEVELAND LIBERTY TX-LR-10 30.65  
30.27 -95.08  
 
8219 NNW DAISETTA WASHINGTON 30.58  
30.13 96.52  
 
1.1 NNW HEDWIG VILLAGE HARRIS 30.26  
29.77 -95.52  
 
0.9 WNW KINGWOOD HARRIS TX-HRR-1 29.97  
30.06 -95.20  
 
3.60 SSE OAKHURST SAN JACINTO TX-SJ-12 29.82  
30.69 -95.29  
 
3 S OAK RIDGE NORTH HARRIS 1050 29.40  
30.10 -95.44  
 
2.30 SE RICHMOND FORT BEND TX-FB-42 29.36  
29.55 -95.74  
 
7.20 SSE TOMBALL HARRIS TX-HRR-2 28.94  
29.99 -95.57  
 
3.60 NNW BUNKER HILL VIL HARRIS TX-HRR-2 28.93  
29.81 -95.56  
 
1.80 E KINGWOOD HARRIS TX-HRR-3 28.88  
30.05 -95.16  
 
1 E TEXAS CITY GALVESTON PUMPSTNB 28.84  
29.40 -94.95  
 
2.70 NW SPRING VALLEY HARRIS TX-HRR-5 28.73  
29.81 -95.54  
 
3 SSE THE WOODLANDS MONTGOMERY 28.50  
30.12 -95.47  
 
8.4 NE GALVESTON GALVESTON TX-GV-54 28.14  
29.31 -94.79  
 
3.20 ESE CYPRESS HARRIS TX-HRR-7 27.83  
29.95 -95.65  
 
4.6 SE RICHMOND FORT BEND TX-FB-22 27.70  
29.53 -95.71  
 
3 ESE JERSEY VILLAGE HARRIS HNHT2 27.61  
29.87 -95.53  
 
3 N HOOKS AIRPORT HARRIS 1320 27.20  
30.10 -95.55  
 
2.70 ENE TOMBALL HARRIS TX-HRR-1 27.19  
30.11 -95.57  
 
5 W BROOKSHIRE WALLER 4610 27.16  
29.77 -96.04  
 
4.2 W BELLAIRE HARRIS TX-HRR-1 27.07  
29.70 -95.53  
 
5 SE HOUSTON/ D. W. HOOK HARRIS DWH 27.01  
30.06 -95.55  
 
2.80 S MAGNOLIA MONTGOMERY TX-MNG-5 26.93  
30.16 -95.75  
 
11.50 WSW HUNTSVILLE WALKER TX-WK-3 26.20  
30.64 -95.73  
 
7 E PINEHURST MONTGOMERY 26.20  
30.19 -95.58  
 
7.2 S NEW ULM COLORADO TX-CLR-6 25.91  
29.78 -96.49  
 
7.10 ESE HUNTSVILLE WALKER TX-WK-26 25.89  
30.67 -95.44  
 
6.40 NE GALVESTON GALVESTON TX-GV-18 25.85  
29.29 -94.81  
 
1.40 WNW THE WOODLANDS MONTGOMERY TX-MNG-8 25.66  
30.16 -95.51  
 
5.1 S NEW ULM COLORADO TX-CLR-1 25.60  
29.81 -96.49  
 
8.20 WSW BRENHAM WASHINGTON TX-WA-21 25.41  
30.11 -96.52  
 
5.80 NW THE WOODLANDS MONTGOMERY TX-MNG-3 24.82  
30.21 -95.56  
 
3.10 SSW WASHINGTON WASHINGTON TX-WA-12 24.74  
30.28 -96.17  
 
0.4 NE BELLVILLE AUSTIN TX-AS-4 24.66  
29.94 -96.25  
 
0.1 ENE NEW ULM AUSTIN TX-AS-2 24.13  
29.89 -96.49  
 
2.80 WSW HUNTSVILLE WALKER TX-WK-5 23.89  
30.69 -95.59  
 
0.6 SSE ONALASKA POLK TX-PL-3 23.75  
30.79 -95.11  
 
1.30 SSE HUNTSVILLE WALKER TX-WK-18 23.68  
30.69 -95.54  
 
3.80 N CAT SPRING AUSTIN TX-AS-12 23.33  
29.89 -96.33  
 
1.0 WNW SAN FELIPE AUSTIN TX-AS-6 23.29  
29.80 -96.12  
 
1.9 NNE SEALY AUSTIN TX-AS-7 23.28  
29.79 -96.14  
 
0.9 ENE BELLVILLE AUSTIN TX-AS-18 23.15  
29.95 -96.24  
 
WASHINGTON STATE PARK WASHINGTON 419491 23.12  
30.32 -96.16  
 
WASHINGTON SP WASHINGTON WAST2 23.10  
30.32 -96.16  
 
CARMINE WASHINGTON TX-WA-15 22.98  
30.14 -96.69  
 
1.6 S DODGE WALKER TX-WK-15 22.86  
30.65 -95.40  
 
2 SSW GALVESTON SCHOLES GALVESTON GLS 22.84  
29.20 -94.90  
 
3 SE SUGARLAND REGIONAL FORT BEND SGR 22.67  
29.60 -95.70  
 
0.7 E CONROE MONTGOMERY TX-MNG-3 22.55  
30.32 -95.46  
 
0.6 WSW ONALASKA POLK TX-PL-27 22.39  
30.80 -95.11  
 
2.0 WNW RIVERSIDE WALKER TX-WK-21 22.30  
30.85 -95.43  
 
8.40 W LIVINGSTON POLK TX-PL-18 22.20  
30.70 -95.08  
 
10.0 N HEMPSTEAD GRIMES TX-WA-12 21.87  
30.23 -96.08  
 
1.1 NE WALLIS AUSTIN TX-AS-17 21.83  
29.64 -96.05  
 
0.3 WNW SEALY AUSTIN TX-AS-5 21.74  
29.77 -96.16  
 
4.40 ENE BURTON WASHINGTON TX-WA-22 21.57  
30.20 -96.53  
 
4 SW CONROE/ MONTGOMERY MONTGOMERY XO 21.44  
30.32 -95.47  
 
3.2 WSW COLUMBUS COLORADO TX-CLR-9 21.39  
29.68 -96.60  
 
6.90 SSW BURTON WASHINGTON TX-WA-1 21.27  
30.08 -96.64  
 
2.80 N THE WOODLANDS MONTGOMERY TX-MNG-2 21.21  
30.19 -95.49  
 
2.30 S HUNTSVILLE WALKER TX-WK-25 21.19  
30.67 -95.55  
 
1.80 N CHAPPELL HILL WASHINGTON TX-WA-10 21.13  
30.20 -96.30  
 
3.60 NNW HUNTSVILLE WALKER TX-WK-12 20.98  
30.75 -95.58  
 
1.3 E ANGLETON BRAZORIA TX-BRZ-2 20.97  
29.16 -95.41  
 
4 ENE TEXAS CITY GALVESTON PMPSTNA 20.97  
29.42 -94.89  
 
4.80 NNW HUNTSVILLE WALKER TX-WK-13 20.92  
30.77 -95.58  
 
1 ENE COLUMBUS COLORADO CBST2 20.90  
29.70 -96.54  
 
2.60 NE MONTGOMERY MONTGOMERY TX-MNG-1 20.86  
30.41 -95.66  
 
7.10 W BRENHAM WASHINGTON TX-WA-25 20.64  
30.15 -96.52  
 
7.60 S EAST BERNARD WHARTON TX-WH-18 20.47  
29.41 -96.06  
 
3.80 SE PINEHURST MONTGOMERY TX-MNG-3 20.16  
30.14 -95.66  
 
10.0 W LIVINGSTON POLK TX-PL-28 20.15  
30.70 -95.10  
 
4.50 SW COLLEGE STATION BRAZOS TX-BZS-1 19.98  
30.55 -96.36  
 
3 WSW HUNTSVILLE MUNICIP WALKER UTS 19.73  
30.70 -95.60  
 
0.4 N MONTGOMERY MONTGOMERY TX-MNG-2 19.66  
30.39 -95.69  
 
1.40 NNW BRENHAM WASHINGTON TX-WA-18 19.08  
30.17 -96.41  
 
8.0 E BRENHAM WASHINGTON TX-WA-6 18.99  
30.15 -96.26  
 
6.40 ENE COLLEGE STATION BRAZOS TX-BZS-4 18.87  
30.63 -96.21  
 
8.60 SSW WASHINGTON WASHINGTON TX-WA-14 18.85  
30.20 -96.21  
 
3.10 NE WHARTON WHARTON TX-WH-9 18.80  
29.34 -96.06  
 
9.90 N BRENHAM WASHINGTON TX-WA-17 18.80  
30.30 -96.40  
 
10.4 SSW IOLA GRIMES TX-GM-7 18.68  
30.63 -96.14  
 
1.0 NW CHAPPELL HILL WASHINGTON TX-WA-9 18.54  
30.22 -96.31  
 
7.0 W MOSCOW POLK TX-PL-32 18.49  
30.91 -94.94  
 
4 S ANGLETON/ BRAZORIA C BRAZORIA LBX 18.48  
29.16 -95.43  
 
13.4 NW LIVINGSTON POLK TX-PL-35 18.48  
30.84 -95.10  
 
8344 N HIGH ISLAND MATAGORDA 18.26  
28.97 96.01  
 
0.8 W COLLEGE STATION BRAZOS TX-BZS-1 17.72  
30.59 -96.33  
 
1.0 WNW COLLEGE STATION BRAZOS TX-BZA-9 17.30  
30.60 -96.33  
 
0.7 E BRENHAM WASHINGTON TX-WA-24 17.27  
30.15 -96.39  
 
2 NNW FREEPORT BRAZORIA DOWT2 17.01  
28.98 -95.38  
 
BRENHAM WASHINGTON 411048 16.94  
30.15 -96.40  
 
8196 NNW MOSS HILL BURLESON 16.82  
30.32 96.53  
 
0.7 ESE POINT BLANK SAN JACINTO TX-SJ-11 16.55  
30.74 -95.21  
 
2.50 SSE BRYAN BRAZOS TX-BZS-1 16.50  
30.63 -96.35  
 
8167 N SEGNO BURLESON 16.23  
30.42 96.54  
 
3.80 SSW BRYAN BRAZOS TX=BZS-8 16.21  
30.61 -96.39  
 
2.6 WSW GALVESTON GALVESTON TX-GV-65 16.10  
29.21 -94.93  
 
4 E COLLEGE STATION/EAST BRAZOS CLL 15.74  
30.60 -96.31  
 
8.70 NW BRENHAM WASHINGTON TX-WA-27 15.38  
30.24 -96.50  
 
2.90 E TRINITY TRINITY TX-TT-6 15.18  
30.94 -95.32  
 
4.90 SSE EL CAMPO WHARTON TX-WH-2 15.16  
29.12 -96.25  
 
1 E NORTH CLEVELAND LIBERTY CLVT2 14.90  
30.36 -95.09  
 
3.50 S MADISONVILLE MADISON TX-MDS-2 14.36  
30.90 -95.91  
 
SOMERVILLE DAM BURLESON SOMT2 13.97  
30.34 -96.53  
 
1.6 E LAKE JACKSON BRAZORIA TX-BRZ-3 13.94  
29.04 -95.42  
 
2 W DANEVANG WHARTON DVGT2 13.71  
29.05 -96.23  
 
5.10 NW TRINITY TRINITY TX-TT-3 13.67  
30.99 -95.44  
 
1.0 NW EL CAMPO WHARTON TX-WH-4 13.22  
29.20 -96.29  
 
2.70 NW EL CAMPO WHARTON TX-WH-11 13.20  
29.22 -96.31  
 
1.70 NNW COLLEGE STATION BRAZOS TX-BZS-9 12.29  
30.62 -96.33  
 
1.50 W GANADO JACKSON TX-JK-5 11.51  
29.04 -96.54  
 
8343 N HIGH ISLAND GALVESTON 10.99  
28.99 95.98  
 
2 W DANEVANG WHARTON 412266 10.80  
29.05 -96.23  
 
MADISONVILLE MADISON MSVT2 8.95  
30.95 -95.91  
 
8101 N CORRIGAN HOUSTON 7.96  
31.08 95.70  
 
2 ESE PALACIOS MUNICIPAL MATAGORDA PSX 7.84  
28.70 -96.20  
 
1 SSE CROCKETT HOUSTON CKTT2 5.45  
31.30 -95.45  
 
1.80 NNE CROCKETT HOUSTON TX-HST-3 4.62  
31.34 -95.44  
 
REMARKS:  
 
D. INLAND FLOODING...  
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HOUSTON... NO IMPACTS.  
 
MADISON...MAJOR LOWLAND FLOODING OCCURRED ALONG BEDIAS CREEK WITH  
ROADS INACCESSIBLE BUT THERE WAS NO INUNDATION OF HOMES OR  
BUSINESSES.  
 
TRINITY...MINIMAL IMPACTS FROM THE TRINITY RIVER.  
 
WALKER...MODERATE FLOODING OCCURRED ALONG THE TRINITY WITH ROADS IN  
DEEP RIVER PLANTATION AND GREEN RICH SHORES SUBDIVISIONS, AND ALONG  
HWY 980 AND FM 3478 FLOODED. LOWEST HOMES IN GREEN RICH SHORES  
SUBDIVISION AND ALONG HWY 980 FLOODED. MAJOR LOWLAND FLOODING  
OCCURRED ALONG BEDIAS CREEK WITH ROADS INACCESSIBLE BUT THERE WAS NO  
INUNDATION OF HOMES OR BUSINESSES.  
 
POLK...MODERATE LOWLAND FLOODING OCCURRED ON LONG KING CREEK WITH  
LOW LYING ROADS FLOODED WITHIN THE REACH AND THE SOUTHERN FM 1988  
BRIDGE FLOODED. LOWEST HOMES AND A CONVENIENT STORE IN THE VICINITY  
OF THE FM 1988 BRIDGE FLOODED. MAJOR LOWLAND FLOODING OCCURRED ON  
THE TRINITY NEAR GOODRICH WITH DAMAGE AND DEBRIS NOTED NEAR THE BOAT  
RAMP AND CHANNEL NEAR THE GAUGE. MAJOR FLOODING OCCURRED UPSTREAM  
NEAR LAKE LIVINGSTON AS WELL. MANY ROADS AND HOMES BELOW LAKE  
LIVINGSTON WERE INUNDATED. LAKE LIVINGSTON HAD SOME INUNDATION OF  
LOW LYING SPOTS DOWNSTREAM OF THE DAM IN PARKS. FM 3278 WAS  
INACCESSIBLE. MAJOR LOWLAND FLOODING OCCURRED ALONG MENARD CREEK  
NEAR RYE (RECORD) IN THE VICINITY OF THE GAUGE BUT ONLY MINIMAL  
IMPACTS WERE OBSERVED. SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS WERE FURTHER DOWNSTREAM  
NEAR FM 2610. LOWEST HOMES NEAR FM 2610 AND BRIDGE AT FM 2610  
FLOODED. THIS WAS FROM BACKWATER FROM THE TRINITY RIVER WHEN LAKE  
LIVINGSTON BEGAN RELEASES. THE LOWEST HOMES IN SIX LAKE ESTATES,  
SPECIFICALLY ON LAKESHORE DRIVE, FLOODED AS WELL.  
 
SAN JACINTO...LAKE LIVINGSTON HAD SOME INUNDATION OF LOW LYING SPOTS  
DOWNSTREAM OF THE DAM IN PARKS. FM 3278 WAS INACCESSIBLE. MAJOR  
LOWLAND FLOODING OCCURRED ON THE TRINITY NEAR GOODRICH WITH DAMAGE  
AND DEBRIS NOTED NEAR THE BOAT RAMP AND CHANNEL NEAR THE GAUGE.  
MAJOR FLOODING OCCURRED UPSTREAM NEAR LAKE LIVINGSTON AS WELL. MANY  
ROADS AND HOMES BELOW LAKE LIVINGSTON WERE INUNDATED. ACCORDING TO  
EM, NEARLY 400 HOMES WERE AFFECTED, 100 HOMES HAVING MINOR DAMAGE,  
125 HAVING MAJOR DAMAGE, AND 2690 HOMES WERE DESTROYED. IN ADDITION,  
NEARLY 1000 HOMES WERE ISOLATED DUE TO ROAD CLOSURES FROM HIGH  
WATER.  
 
LIBERTY...MAJOR/RECORD FLOODING OCCURRED ALONG THE TRINITY RIVER  
WITH NUMEROUS ROADS INUNDATED INCLUDING FM 787. MANY HOMES AND  
SUBDIVISIONS WERE EITHER CUT OFF OR INUNDATED, SPECIFICALLY NORTH OF  
LIBERTY, TX, AND IN GRENADA LAKES ESTATES SUBDIVISION. SIGNIFICANT  
DAMAGE OCCURRED ALONG THE BANK DUE TO HIGH FLOWS AND SEVERAL UTILITY  
LINES WERE SEVERED DUE TO THE LOSS OF POLES IN THE VICINITY OF THE  
ROMAYOR GAUGE. IN ADDITION TO THE TRINITY, MAJOR/RECORD LEVELS WERE  
OBSERVED ON THE EAST FORK OF THE SAN JACINTO RIVER CAUSING  
SIGNIFICANT FLOODING IN CLEVELAND, WILLIAMS AND PLUM GROVE. LOWEST  
HOMES AND BUSINESSES ALONG THE FOLLOWING ROADS WERE EITHER INUNDATED  
OR THREATENED: BUSINESS 105 (SIGNIFICANT SCOURING OF THE ROADWAY DUE  
TO HIGH FLOWS), HWY 59 FEEDER ROADS, FM 1725, 1010, 2090, WALLIS  
AVENUE, MAGNOLIA ROAD, DOGWOOD STREET, CR 388, 381, 3880, 332, 3664,  
361, 3610, 3611, 3661, 349, 3612, AND 3600.  
 
CHAMBERS...MAJOR LOWLAND FLOODING OCCURRED ALONG THE TRINITY RIVER  
(RECORD). OUT OF BANK CONDITIONS OCCURRED ON CEDAR BAYOU WITH NO  
SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS NOTED AT CROSBY BUT SIGNIFICANT FLOODING  
OBSERVED IN BAYTOWN. SEVERAL ROADS AND HOMES WERE INUNDATED  
INCLUDING EXTENSIVE FLOODING IN MILAM BEND SUBDIVISION. HIGH FLOWS  
FROM THE TRINITY IMPACTED THE NAVIGATION COMMUNITY FOR SEVERAL  
WEEKS.  
 
BRAZOS...SEVERAL HOMES FLOODED FROM FLASH FLOODING.  
 
BURLESON...MODERATE LOWLAND FLOODING OCCURRED WITH DAVIDSON CREEK  
REACHING A NEW RECORD CREST. MINOR LOWLAND FLOODING OCCURRED ALONG  
EAST YEGUA CREEK NEAR DIME BOX IMPACTING ONLY AGRICULTURAL  
INTERESTS.  
 
LEE...MINOR LOWLAND FLOODING OCCURRED IN THE FLOODPLAIN NEAR THE  
GAUGE. FM 141 WAS IMPACTED AND BACKWATER FLOODING UP WEST YEGUA AND  
TURKEY CREEKS OCCURRED IN LEE COUNTY MAINLY IMPACTING AGRICULTURAL  
INTERESTS. MINOR LOWLAND FLOODING OCCURRED ALONG EAST YEGUA CREEK  
NEAR DIME BOX IMPACTING ONLY AGRICULTURAL INTERESTS.  
 
WASHINGTON...NO IMPACTS OBSERVED FROM THE MINOR FLOODING AT THE  
BRAZOS RIVER NEAR HEMPSTEAD. NO NOTABLE IMPACTS ALONG YEGUA CREEK.  
 
GRIMES...NO IMPACTS OBSERVED FROM THE MINOR FLOODING AT THE BRAZOS  
RIVER NEAR HEMPSTEAD.  
 
AUSTIN...MODERATE, YET RECORD, FLOODING ALONG THE BRAZOS AT SAN  
FELIPE CAUSED SEVERAL HOMES TO FLOOD ALONG FM 1458. INUNDATION  
RANGED FROM 4 TO 7 FEET OF WATER. MINIMAL IMPACTS WERE OBSERVED AT  
MILL CREEK NEAR BELLVILLE. NO IMPACTS WERE OBSERVED FROM THE MINOR  
FLOODING AT THE BRAZOS RIVER NEAR HEMPSTEAD.  
 
WALLER...MODERATE, YET RECORD, FLOODING ALONG THE BRAZOS AT SAN  
FELIPE CAUSED SEVERAL HOMES TO FLOOD ON THE LEFT UPSTREAM SIDE OF  
THE GAUGE ON FM 3318. FM 3318 FLOODED, CUTTING OFF OTHER HOMEOWNERS.  
MAJOR/RECORD FLOODING ON THE SAN BERNARD AT EAST BERNARD CAUSED  
FLOODING UPSTREAM INTO AUSTIN COUNTY. SIGNIFICANT FLOODING OF HOMES,  
BUSINESSES, AND ROADS ALONG SPRING CREEK AND TRIBUTARIES SUCH AS  
BRUSHY, WALNUT, MOUND, LIVE OAK, WILLOW FORK CREEKS, BUFFALO AND  
CANE ISLAND BAYOUS. NO IMPACTS WERE OBSERVED FROM THE MINOR FLOODING  
AT THE BRAZOS RIVER NEAR HEMPSTEAD.  
 
FORT BEND...MAJOR FLOODING OCCURRED ACROSS THE COUNTY WITH BOTH THE  
BRAZOS AND SAN BERNARD EXPERIENCING RECORD FLOODING. MAJOR FLOODING  
OCCURRED ALONG THE BRAZOS RIVER FROM RICHMOND (RECORD) TO ROSHARON.  
SIGNIFICANT HOME FLOODING OCCURRED AT VALLEY LODGE IN SIMONTON,  
ALONG EDGEWOOD AND BAUDET ROADS IN RICHMOND, ALONG BAR, BARKER,  
CUMINGS, SIXTH STREET, AVENUE B, AND RIO BRAZOS ROADS IN ROSENBURG,  
AND ON FM 2759 AS WELL AS IN GRAND RIVER, RIVERS EDGE, AND PECAN  
ESTATES SUBDIVISIONS IN THOMPSONS. MANY ROADS WERE IMPASSABLE  
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, 90A, PITTS ROAD, FM 1489, FM 723, FM  
1093, FM 359, SH6 FEEDER ROADS, SIENNA PARKWAY, CARROL ROAD,  
MCKEEVER ROAD, KNIGHTS COURT, MILLER ROAD, RIVER OAKS ROAD,  
THOMPSONS FERRY ROAD, STRANGE DRIVE, GREENWOOD DRIVE, SECOND STREET,  
AND LOW LYING ROADS IN QUAIL VALLEY. MANY SUBDIVISIONS WERE CUT OFF  
DUE TO ROAD CLOSURES. NEARLY 200,000 PEOPLE WERE EVACUATED DUE TO  
LEVEE RESTRICTIONS. MAJOR/RECORD FLOODING ALSO OCCURRED ON THE SAN  
BERNARD AT BOTH EAST BERNARD AND BOLING WITH THE HARDEST HIT AREA IN  
FORT BEND COUNTY FROM THE SAN BERNARD RIVER BEING TIERRA GRANDE.  
FLOOD WATERS WERE EXACERBATED DUE TO FLOW FROM THE MIDDLE SAN  
BERNARD RIVER AND SNAKE CREEK CONTRIBUTIONS AS WELL AS THE RICE  
FIELDS TO THE NORTHWEST OF BOLING, TX. MAJOR LOWLAND FLOODING  
OCCURRED IN EAST BERNARD WITH SEVERAL HOMES AND BUSINESSES  
INUNDATED, AS WELL AS NUMEROUS ROADS INCLUDING FM 2919 AND HWY 90A.  
LIVESTOCK WAS SEVERELY IMPACTED. SIGNIFICANT FLOODING ALSO OCCURRED  
BEHIND BARKER RESERVOIR, INCLUDING CINCO RANCH, DUE TO RECORD POOL  
ELEVATIONS. BIG CREEK IN NEEDVILLE CAUSED WATER IN HOMES ON ANSEL  
ROAD, BUT THIS IS NOT A FORECAST POINT.  
 
BRAZORIA...MAJOR/RECORD FLOODING OCCURRED ACROSS THE COUNTY WITH  
BOTH THE BRAZOS AND SAN BERNARD RIVERS EXPERIENCING RECORD FLOODING.  
WIDESPREAD MAJOR FLOODING ON THE BRAZOS RIVER AND OYSTER CREEK,  
ESPECIALLY ON THE EAST SIDE, LED TO NUMEROUS ROADS AND HOMES IN  
COLUMBIA LAKES, MALLARD LAKES, GREAT LAKES, RIVERSIDE ESTATES, AND  
BAR X RANCH SUBDIVISIONS TO FLOOD, AS WELL AS HOMES ON CR 39. OTHER  
ROADS THAT WERE INUNDATED INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO FM 1462,  
HWY 35, CR 25, 380A, AND 42. THE BRIDGE OVER COW CREEK AT CR 25 WAS  
ALSO IMPASSABLE. MANY SUBDIVISIONS WERE CUT OFF NEAR SH 35 AND CR 35  
DUE TO HIGH WATER. LIVESTOCK WAS SEVERELY IMPACTED. MAJOR FLOODING  
ALSO OCCURRED ALONG THE SAN BERNARD AT SWEENY. WIDESPREAD INUNDATION  
OF THE LEFT FLOODPLAIN OCCURRED. HWY 35 AND FM 521 WERE INUNDATED.  
HOMES WERE INUNDATED ON AVENUE A. PHILLIPS 66 REFINERY TOOK ON WATER  
FROM THE WEST NEAR LITTLE LINVILLE BAYOU. HANSON RIVERSIDE COUNTY  
PARK WAS INUNDATED, AND WATER OVERTOPPED THE PHILLIPS TERMINAL,  
HALTING ALL VESSEL TRAFFIC. HIGH FLOWS FROM THE BRAZOS AND SAN  
BERNARD RIVERS IMPACTED THE NAVIGATION COMMUNITY FOR SEVERAL WEEKS.  
COLORADO...MAJOR FLOODING OCCURRED ALONG THE COLORADO RIVER WITH  
WIDESPREAD INUNDATION OF CROP LAND NEAR EAGLE LAKE, AS WELL AS  
NUMEROUS ROADS INUNDATED INCLUDED US HWY 90, FM 950 AND LOWEST HOMES  
FLOODED IN THE VICINITY OF THE GAUGE OR IN THE FLOODPLAIN. COLORADO  
OVERTOPS ITS LEVEES AROUND 47 FEET FROM COLUMBUS DOWN TO BAY CITY,  
CAUSING EXTENSIVE FLOODING IN LOW LYING AREAS ALONG THE LEFT BANK.  
 
WHARTON...WIDESPREAD CATASTROPHIC FLOODING ACROSS THE COUNTY FROM  
BOTH THE COLORADO AND SAN BERNARD RIVERS WITH HWY 59 CLOSED BETWEEN  
HUNGERFORD AND EL CAMPO. MAJOR FLOODING OCCURRED ON THE COLORADO  
RIVER AT WHARTON WITH ROADS, HOMES, AND BUSINESSES WEST AND  
SOUTHWEST WHARTON FLOODED AND ALONG THE RIVER REACH, INCLUDING  
HOBBEN OAKS AND BEAR BOTTOM, ELM GROVE, RIVER VALLEY, AND PECAN  
VALLEY. MOST STREETS BETWEEN SUNSET ST, ELM STREET, FM 102, NORTH  
ALABAMA ROAD, AND US HWY 59 WERE INUNDATED AND HUNDREDS OF HOMES AND  
BUSINESS WERE FLOODED. IN ADDITION TO FLOODING FROM THE MAIN  
CHANNEL, FLOOD WATERS APPEAR TO HAVE ESCAPED THE MAIN CHANNEL  
UPSTREAM OF WHARTON NEAR GLENFLORA AND BEGAN FLOWING DOWN BAUGHMAN  
SLOUGH, CANEY CREEK, AND PEACH CREEK, CAUSING CATASTROPHIC FLOODING  
OF ROADS INCLUDING CR 135, 150, 166, 133, 153, 102, 232, 244, 228,  
137, AND 249, AS WELL AS FM 640. SIGNIFICANT FLOODING OF HOMES AND  
BUSINESSES OCCURRED ON THE NORTHERN, EASTERN, AND SOUTHERN (IAGO)  
SIDES OF WHARTON, TX, INCLUDING THE CITY OF GLENFLORA, PEACH ACRES,  
AND THE ORCHARD. MAJOR/RECORD FLOODING ALSO OCCURRED ON THE SAN  
BERNARD AT BOTH EAST BERNARD AND BOLING WITH THE HARDEST HIT AREAS  
BEING EL LOBO AND NEW GULF. FLOOD WATERS WERE EXACERBATED DUE TO  
FLOW FROM THE MIDDLE SAN BERNARD RIVER AND SNAKE CREEK CONTRIBUTIONS  
AND THE RICE FIELDS TO THE NORTHWEST OF BOLING, TX. MAJOR LOWLAND  
FLOODING OCCURRED WITH MANY HOMES, INCLUDING SOME TWO STORY HOMES,  
AND BUSINESSES BEING INUNDATED, AS WELL AS NUMEROUS ROADS INCLUDING  
HWY 90A, FM 2919 AND 442, AND CR 151, 1096, AND 101. BACKWATER  
ISSUES WERE ALSO NOTED ON BRITT BRANCH, BRATCHER SLOUGH, PEACH  
CREEK, WEST SAN BERNARD RIVER AND SNAKE CREEK. FM 1161 DIVIDES THE  
SAN BERNARD BASIN FROM THE COLORADO BASIN BETWEEN THE BOLING, TX,  
AND WHARTON, TX, GAUGES. FM 1161 DID NOT FLOOD ACCORDING TO THE EM.  
COTTON CROPS TOOK A HUGE HIT. NO IMPACTS TO NOTE ON THE WEST/EAST  
MUSTANG AND SANDY CREEKS.  
 
MATAGORDA...MAJOR LOWLAND FLOODING OCCURRED IN MATAGORDA ALONG THE  
TRES PALACIOS RIVER. PORTIONS OF FM 1468, 5764, 2853 AND 456  
APPROACHES FLOODED. HOMES IN THE EL DORADO COUNTRY, OAK GROVE, AND  
TRES PALACIOS OAKS SUBDIVISIONS FLOODED. MAJOR FLOODING ALSO  
OCCURRED ON THE COLORADO RIVER AT BAY CITY AS LEVEES WERE OVERTOPPED  
BY 2FT. HIGH FLOWS FROM THE COLORADO AND TRES PALACIOS RIVER  
IMPACTED THE NAVIGATION COMMUNITY FOR SEVERAL WEEKS.  
 
LAVACA...MAJOR LOWLAND FLOODING OCCURRED ON THE NAVIDAD RIVER  
(RECORD) IN LAVACA COUNTY WITH PRIMARY AND SECONDARY ROADS AND LOW  
BRIDGES INUNDATED AND CLOSED. LIVESTOCK IN THE FLOODPLAIN WERE  
SEVERELY IMPACTED. MOST OF THE AREAS IMPACTED WERE RURAL BUT HOMES  
WERE INACCESSIBLE. SOME OF THE ROADS THAT WERE INACCESSIBLE INCLUDE  
BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO CR 138, 142,132, 124, 125, AND 14, AS WELL AS  
FM 530. THE ONLY KNOWN STRUCTURE FLOODING OCCURRED AT THE VIENNA  
BAPTIST CHURCH IN VIENNA, TX, NEAR THE SPEAKS GAUGE. THE LAVACA  
RIVER IN LAVACA COUNTY DID NOT REACH FLOOD STAGE; HOWEVER, KROSCHEL  
AVENUE IN HALLETTSVILLE DID TAKE ON WATER AND CUT OFF ONE DRIVEWAY.  
ONE NURSING HOME/REHABILITATION CENTER WAS EVACUATED DUE TO THE  
POTENTIAL FOR HIGH WATER BUT DID NOT FLOOD.  
 
JACKSON...MAJOR LOWLAND FLOODING OCCURRED ON THE NAVIDAD RIVER  
(RECORD) WITH CR 283, 284, 401, AND 127, AS WELL AS SH 111,  
INUNDATED. HOMES DID NOT FLOODED BUT MANY WERE INACCESSIBLE.  
LIVESTOCK WAS SEVERELY IMPACTED. MAJOR LOWLAND FLOODING ALSO  
OCCURRED ON THE LAVACA RIVER AND SANDY CREEK IN JACKSON COUNTY.  
NUMEROUS ROADS AND BRIDGES SPECIFICALLY NORTH OF HWY 59 AND WEST OF  
FM822, INCLUDING CR 112, 110, 120, AND 311, AS WELL AS FM616 AND 710  
RAILROAD BRIDGE, WERE INUNDATED LEAVING HOMES INACCESSIBLE.  
LIVESTOCK WAS SEVERELY IMPACTED. MINOR FLOODING OCCURRED ON THE EAST  
AND WEST MUSTANG CREEKS BUT ONLY MINIMAL IMPACTS WERE OBSERVED. HIGH  
FLOWS FROM THE LAVACA AND NAVIDAD RIVERS IMPACTED THE NAVIGATION  
COMMUNITY FOR SEVERAL WEEKS.  
 
HARRIS...CATASTROPHIC FLOODING OCCURRED ON NEARLY EVERY ONE OF THE  
22 WATERSHEDS IN HARRIS COUNTY. OF THE 19 OFFICIAL FORECAST  
LOCATIONS ON THE HARRIS COUNTY BAYOUS, 10 LOCATIONS REACHED RECORD  
CRESTS. WIDESPREAD FLOODING OF HOMES AND BUSINESSES OCCURRED ACROSS  
THE COUNTY. HCFCD ESTIMATES NEARLY 136,000 STRUCTURES WERE FLOODED.  
PORTIONS OF MAJOR ROADWAYS INCLUDING I-45, US 59, BELTWAY 8, I-10,  
AND SH 6 WERE INUNDATED. TWO LEVEES, NORTHGATE LEVEE ON SPRING  
CREEK AND INVERNESS FOREST ON CYPRESS CREEK, WERE IN DANGER OF  
OVERTOPPING, LEADING TO EVACUATION ORDERS NEAR THESE AREAS. ON  
BUFFALO BAYOU, THE ADDICKS AND BARKER RESERVOIRS, BOTH, REACHED  
RECORD POOL ELEVATIONS, CAUSING WIDESPREAD FLOODING OF HOMES AND  
BUSINESS BOTH UPSTREAM AND DOWNSTREAM OF THE RESERVOIRS. MAJOR  
FLOODING ALSO OCCURRED ON THE SAN JACINTO RIVER DUE TO HEAVY  
RAINFALL, LAKE CONROE RELEASES AND BACKWATER FROM LAKE HOUSTON. OVER  
664 HOMES WERE DAMAGED ALONG THE RIVER. SOME OF THE HARDEST HIT  
AREAS EXTEND FROM HUMBLE TO LAKE HOUSTON INCLUDE NORTHSHORE, BELLAEU  
WOODS, RIVIERA, TREASURE COVE, KINGS LAKE ESTATES, KINGS RIVER,  
KINGS CROWN ESTATES, KINGS RIVER ESTATES, ATASCOCITA SHORES AND  
WEST, RAMBLEWOOD, WALDEN SUBDIVISIONS, AS WELL AS US 59, WEST LAKE  
HOUSTON PARKWAY, NORTH HOUSTON AVENUE, THELMA ROAD, HAMBLEN ROAD,  
AND AQUA VISTA DRIVE. MAJOR/RECORD FLOODING ALSO OCCURRED ALONG THE  
EAST FORK OF THE SAN JACINTO RIVER CAUSING HOMES IN NORTHWOOD  
COUNTRY ESTATES AND RIVER TERRACE TO FLOOD. BELOW LAKE HOUSTON,  
MAJOR FLOODING CONTINUED WITH ROADS AND HOMES INUNDATED NEAR HWY 90B  
BRIDGE, INCLUDING THE UPSTREAM RAILROAD BRIDGE AND GARRETT ROAD. THE  
HWY 90B BRIDGE WAS DAMAGED BY HIGH FLOWS. HIGH FLOWS FROM THE SAN  
JACINTO RIVER AND HARRIS COUNTY BAYOUS, IN PARTICULAR BUFFALO BAYOU,  
IMPACTED THE NAVIGATION COMMUNITY FOR SEVERAL WEEKS.  
 
GALVESTON...CATASTROPHIC FLOODING OF HOMES, BUSINESS, AND ROADS  
OCCURRED ACROSS THE COUNTY FROM A COMBINATION OF FLASH FLOODING,  
SHEET FLOW, AND FLOODING FROM CREEKS AND BAYOUS, INCLUDING CLEAR  
CREEK AND DICKINSON BAYOU. NEARLY 6,963 HOMES AND 123 BUSINESSES  
WERE EITHER AFFECTED OR DAMAGED TO SOME DEGREE. CLEAR CREEK SAW  
RECORD LEVELS ACROSS THE WATERSHED, LEADING TO SIGNIFICANT FLOODING  
OF THE FOLLOWING AREAS: FRIENDSWOOD AND LEAGUE CITY, TX. A RAPID  
DEPLOYMENT GAUGE WAS USED TO MONITOR WATER LEVELS ON DICKINSON BAYOU  
DURING THE EVENT. MAJOR FLOODING WAS OBSERVED FROM CEMETERY ROAD  
PAST HWY 3. OTHER MAJOR IMPACTS INCLUDE THE INUNDATION OF I-45, BAY  
AREA BOULEVARD, FM 528 AND 518, AND OTHER PRIMARY AND SECONDARY  
ROADS IN THE AREA.  
 
MONTGOMERY...RECORD POOL ELEVATIONS WERE OBSERVED ALONG LAKE CONROE  
LEADING TO A RECORD RELEASE +70,000 CFS, WHICH EXACERBATED THE  
FLOODING DOWNSTREAM. MAJOR/RECORD FLOODING OCCURRED ALONG THE SAN  
JACINTO RIVER AND ITS TRIBUTARIES CAUSING CATASTROPHIC FLOODING  
ACROSS THE COUNTY. SOME OF THE HARDEST HIT AREAS ALONG THE MAINSTEM  
INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO MCDADE PARK AND ESTATES, HWY 105, FM  
284, AND SH 336 IMMEDIATELY DOWNSTREAM OF THE RESERVOIR; I-45, FM  
1488, SH242, CALHOUN, EAST RIVER, LYRIC, MCGREGOR, AND WALKER ROADS,  
AND THE RIVER PLANTATION, FORREST HILLS, WOODLOCH, WHISPERING OAKS,  
CHATEAU WOODS SUBDIVISIONS NEAR CONROE, TX; AND SH 99, AMAZON DRIVE,  
HOLLOW OAKS CIRCLE, AS WELL AS THE PORTER HEIGHTS AND RIVER RIDGE  
SUBDIVISIONS IN PORTER, TX. MAJOR FLOODING ALSO OCCURRED ALONG THE  
EAST FORK OF THE SAN JACINTO RIVER AND ALONG LAKE, SPRING, CANEY,  
AND PEACH CREEKS. MODERATE, YET RECORD, FLOODING OCCURRED ALONG LAKE  
CREEK AT SENDERA RANCH ROAD IMPACTING THE LOWEST ROADS AND HOMES  
ALONG THE FOLLOWING ROADS: EAST BLUFF DRIVE, PEBBLE LAKE,  
HONEA-EGYPT ROAD, BOAR'S HEAD PLACE, CIRCLE DRIVE, WILDERNESS WAY,  
WINDMILL LANE, LAKE FOREST CIRCLE, AND CONASTAGA COURT. MAJOR  
FLOODING OCCURRED ON SPRING CREEK AND ITS TRIBUTARIES IMPACTING THE  
FOLLOWING AREAS: STAGECOACH, DECKER PRAIRIE, OKLAHOMA, THE  
WOODLANDS, RAYFORD, AND I-45. MAJOR/RECORD FLOODING ALONG THE EAST  
FORK SAN JACINTO RIVER CAUSED HOMES IN THE EAST RIVER ESTATES, IDLE  
WILD, PINE VALLEY ESTATES, AND NORTHWOOD COUNTRY ESTATES  
SUBDIVISIONS TO FLOOD, AS WELL AS FM 1482. CANEY CREEK CAUSED MAJOR  
FLOODING FOR THE GRANGERLAND AND NEW CANEY AREAS, INCLUDING THE  
BAPTIST ENCAMPMENT SUBDIVISION, BUCKINGHAM PLACE ROAD, CROCKETT  
MARTEN ROAD, RUSSEL DRIVE, LINDA LANE, TOMMY SMITH ROAD, FM 1485 AND  
2090, SH 494, 242, AND 105, FIRETOWER AND MILLMAC ROADS, AND US 59.  
PEACH CREEK CAUSED MAJOR/RECORD FLOODING FOR THE SPLENDORA, MIDLINE,  
PATTON VILLAGE, WOODBRANCH AREAS INCLUDING WOODBRANCH VILLAGE AND  
BAPTIST ENCAMPMENT SUBDIVISIONS, ROMAN FORECAST BOULEVARD, PEACH  
DRIVE, PINE DRIVE (WATER RESCUES), WILDERNESS PARK, FM 1485 AND  
2090, REDBUD LANE, MORGAN CEMETARY ROAD, AND US 59.  
 
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E. MAXIMUM STORM SURGE AND STORM TIDE...  
OFFICIAL TIDE GAUGES NOTED WITH LEADING G  
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COUNTY CITY/TOWN SURGE TIDE DATE/ BEACH  
OR LOCATION (FT) (FT) TIME EROSION  
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HARRIS G MORGANS POINT 3.88 3.53 27/1930 UNKNOWN  
 
HARRIS LYNCHBURG LANDI 7.70 7.27 29/0706 UNKNOWN  
 
HARRIS MANCHESTER 11.44 10.35 29/0318 UNKNOWN  
 
GALVESTON HIGH ISLAND 5.03 4.00 31/0306 UNKNOWN  
 
GALVESTON ROLLOVER PASS 3.61 2.99 26/1830 UNKNOWN  
 
GALVESTON EAGLE POINT 4.18 3.67 29/0224 UNKNOWN  
 
GALVESTON GALVESTON BAY E 2.73 2.58 29/0354 UNKNOWN  
 
GALVESTON GALVESTON PIER 3.76 3.57 26/0200 UNKNOWN  
 
GALVESTON GALVESTON RAILR 3.14 2.76 29/1606 UNKNOWN  
 
BRAZORIA SAN LUIS PASS 3.22 3.32 26/0042 UNKNOWN  
 
BRAZORIA FREEPORT 3.19 2.52 25/2200 UNKNOWN  
 
MATAGORDA SARGENT 3.19 2.97 29/2118 UNKNOWN  
 
MATAGORDA MATAGORDA CITY 3.27 3.12 26/0854 UNKNOWN  
 
REMARKS: SIGNIFICIANT FRESH WATER CONTRIBUTION TO WATER LEVEL  
ESPECIALLY NEAR MANCHESTER AND LYNCHBURG LANDING.  
 
F. TORNADOES...  
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(DIST)CITY/TOWN COUNTY DATE/ EF SCALE  
LAT LON (DEG DECIMAL TIME(UTC) (IF KNOWN)  
DESCRIPTION  
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9 NE GALVESTON GALVESTON 25/1923 EF0  
29.22 -94.89  
 
PUBLIC REPORTS A FUNNEL CLOUD AND A METAL FENCE DAMAGED NEAR FERRY  
RD IN GALVESTON  
 
1 WSW JONES CREEK BRAZORIA 25/2025 EF0  
0.00 0.00  
 
A VERY BRIEF EF-0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR COUNTY RD 301 AND HWY 36  
WITH NUMEROUS TREES SNAPPED AND/OR DOWNED. ONE BARN WAS ALSO  
DAMAGED.  
 
5 NE MATAGORDA MATAGORDA 25/2030 EF0  
0.00 0.00  
 
SHED AND FENCE DAMAGE REPORTED FROM A TORNADO IN SARGENT.  
 
1 SSE BRAZORIA BRAZORIA 25/2030 EF0  
0.00 0.00  
 
A BRIEF TORNADO CROSSED HWY 36 WITH ONE DOWNED POWERLINE AND SEVERAL  
TREES SNAPPED AND/OR DOWNED.  
 
9 NE GALVESTON GALVESTON 25/2047 EF0  
0.00 0.00  
 
TORNADO DAMAGED MCDONALDS SIGN AT SEAWALL BLVD AND BROADWAY AVE.  
ALSO DAMAGE TO AWNINGS AT APARTMENT COMPLEX.  
 
17 SW JONES CREEK MATAGORDA 25/2114 EF1  
0.00 0.00  
 
A BRIEF YET STRONG TORNADO MOVED ONSHORE ALONG THE COAST IN SARGENT  
CAUSING SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE TO ONE HOME AS WELL AS OVERTURNING A  
MOTOR HOME. NUMEROUS TREES WERE SNAPPED AND/OR DOWNED ALONG THE PATH  
AS WELL AS MINOR ROOF DAMAGE TO SEVERAL HOMES AND BUSINESSES.  
 
5 SW ANGLETON BRAZORIA 25/2309 EF0  
0.00 0.00  
 
A HIGH-END EF-0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN JUST EAST OF WEST COLUMBIA  
DAMAGING NUMEROUS TREES... ROOFS... AND OUTBUILDINGS IN A  
NEIGHBORHOOD OFF OF HIGHWAY 35 AND RIVER ROAD. A BARN AND SEVERAL  
OUTBUILDINGS WERE ALSO DESTROYED ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE BRAZOS  
RIVER.  
 
1 SSW DANBURY BRAZORIA 26/0244 EF0  
0.00 0.00  
 
THE TORNADO BEGAN IN DANBURY AND DAMAGED A BARN ALONG WITH SEVERAL  
TREES OFF OF COUNTY ROAD 207. THE TORNADO THEN CROSSED HIGHWAY 35  
AND MOVED OVER AN OPEN FIELD. THE TORNADO THEN SNAPPED AND/OR DOWNED  
SEVERAL TREES ALONG COUNTY RD 45 BEFORE LIFTING AT THE CROCODILE  
ENCOUNTER ON COUNTY RD 48.  
 
2 W LIVERPOOL BRAZORIA 26/0428 EF0  
29.29 -95.31  
 
AN EF-0 TORNADO TOOK DOWN 4 POWER POLES ON HIGHWAY 35 ALONG WITH  
SEVERAL TREES NEAR THE GULF COAST SPEEDWAY. THE TORNADO THEN  
TRAVELED ACROSS GENERALLY OPEN FIELD BEFORE DAMAGING SOME BARNS AND  
OUTBUILDINGS AS WELL AS TREES ON COUNTY ROAD 511.  
 
2 W IOWA COLONY BRAZORIA 26/0552 EF0  
0.00 0.00  
 
A STRONG EF-0 TORNADO STRUCK A FAIRLY NEW SUBDIVISION ALONG COUNTY  
ROAD 56 AND HIGHWAY 288. DAMAGE WAS MOSTLY CONFINED TO ROOFS...  
FENCES...AND SEVERAL TREES SNAPPED AND/OR DOWNED.  
 
5 SW FRESNO FORT BEND 26/0600 EF1  
0.00 0.00  
 
HOMES DAMAGE ON VIEUX CARRE. DAMAGED HOMES ALSO IN SIENNA  
PLANTATION. MINOR INJURIES. RESPONDING DEPUTY BLOWN OFF THE ROAD.  
 
5 WNW PECAN GROVE FORT BEND 26/0710 EF0  
0.00 0.00  
 
MINOR ROOF DAMAGE IN LOST CREEK SUBDIVISION. HOME NEAR WESTPARK  
TOLLWAY AND THE GRAND PARKWAY.  
 
4 S EGYPT WHARTON 26/0716 EF0  
0.00 0.00  
 
BASED ON TORNADO DAMAGE SIGNATURE ON RADAR. DAMAGE JUST WEST OF GLEN  
FLORA.  
 
4 SE HUMBLE HARRIS 26/0930 EF0  
0.00 0.00  
 
BROADCAST MEDIA REPORTING TORNADO TOUCHDOWN RESULTING IN ROOF...  
TREE... AND FENCE DAMAGE IN LAKESHORE SUBDIVISION. ALSO FUNNEL CLOUD  
SIGHTED IN THE AREA.  
 
1 WSW KATY WALLER 26/0957 EF1  
0.00 0.00  
 
SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE TO A RV BOAT AND STORAGE FACILITY. DAMAGE PATH  
EXTENDED ACROSS I10 TO PEPPERL FACILITY. ESTIMATED ON THE GROUND  
FROM 457 AM TO 505 AM CDT.  
 
8 S COLLEGE STATION BURLESON 26/1305 EF0  
0.00 0.00  
 
TREE DAMAGE REPORTED NEAR OLYMPIA BUDDY ROAD. POSSIBLE BRIEF SPIN  
UP.  
 
8 W JERSEY VILLAGE HARRIS 26/2032 EF1  
0.00 0.00  
 
TREES BLOWN OVER AND MINOR ROOF DAMAGE REPORTED NEAR BARKER CYPRESS  
AND TUCKERTON.  
 
7 NW JERSY VILLAGE HARRIS 26/2110 EF0  
0.00 0.00  
 
ANOTHER TORNADO CONFIRMED ON THE GROUND IN THE VICINITY OF HIGHWAY  
290 AND BARKER CYPRESS.  
 
2 NW EAST BERNARD WHARTON 26/2223 EF0  
0.00 0.00  
 
TREES DOWN SE-NW PATH...DAMAGED HOME AND HORSE TRAILER OVERTURNED.  
 
1 S STAFFORD FORT BEND 27/0115 EF1  
0.00 0.00  
 
DAMAGE TO 28 HOMES REPORTED IN THE WOODLAND WEST SUBDIVISION. DAMAGE  
PATH EXTENDS INTO MISSOURI CITY. HIGH END EF1 DAMAGE IN SPOTS.  
TORNADO ON GROUND FOR ESTIMATED 15 MINUTES.  
 
WEBSTER HARRIS 27/0500 EF0  
0.00 0.00  
 
NWS EMPLOYEE REPORTS THE AWNING ON A GAS STATION RIPPED AND FLIPPED  
OVER. FUNNEL CLOUD SIGHTED IN THE AREA.  
 
EAST BERNARD WHARTON 27/0642 EF1  
0.00 0.00  
 
THE TORNADO BEGAN AS A WEAK EF-0 IN DOWNTOWN EAST BERNARD AND THEN  
TRAVELED NORTHWEST ACROSS ALT HWY 90 WHERE IT STRENGTHENED TO AN  
EF-1 SNAPPING SEVERAL LARGE MATURE OAK AND PECAN TREES. A HOUSE  
SUFFERED SIGNIFICANT BRICK FACADE DAMAGE TO ONE SIDE OF THE HOME.  
SEVERAL TREES WERE DOWNED AND/OR SNAPPED ALONG THE PATH. FOUR  
APARTMENTS DAMAGED ON COLLEGE STREET.  
 
1 NW BACLIFF GALVESTON 27/0905 EF0  
0.00 0.00  
 
SHORT DAMAGE PATH. TREES DOWN...MINOR DAMAGE TO ROOF.  
 
1 ENE WEST UNIVERSITY HARRIS 27/1515 EF0  
0.00 0.00  
 
PUBLIC REPORTS WINDOWS BLOWN OUT AT THE TORCHYS TACOS AND BANANA  
REPUBLIC IN RICE VILLAGE AND DEBRIS LODGED IN BUSHES VIA TWITTER.  
 
4 ESE HOUSTON HARRIS 27/1627 EF0  
0.00 0.00  
 
TORNADO DOWNED A TREE IN EASTWOOD NEAR THE MEAT MARKET AND PUT A  
TREE THROUGH A ROOF IN THE FIFTH WARD.  
 
1 WSW NEEDVILLE FORT BEND 27/1713 EF0  
0.00 0.00  
 
TORNADO SPOTTED BY A DEPUTY NEAR FM 442 AND FM 360.  
 
G. STORM IMPACTS BY COUNTY...  
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COUNTY DEATHS INJURIES EVACUATIONS  
DESCRIPTION  
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BRAZORIA 0 UNKN UNKN  
 
9116 HOMES DAMAGED...COUNTY DAMAGE ESTIMATES 18460990 BAILEYS  
PRAIRIE...RICHWOOD...WEST COLUMBIA AMONG THE MANY COMMUNITIES  
IMPACTED BY FLOODING OF THE BRAZOS RIVER AND OTHER TRIBUTARIES.  
 
BRAZOS 0 0 0  
 
DAMAGE TO INFRASTRUCTURE 71274 DOLLARS FROM FLOODING. OVER 100  
RESIDENTS HAVE FILED FOR ASSISTANCE FROM FEMA FOR STORM DAMAGES.  
 
CHAMBERS 0 0 500  
 
3000 HOMES FLOODED...100 APARTMENT UNITS UNUSABLE IN MONT BELVIEU.  
500 RESCUED/EVACUATED...40 SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCES AND 2 APARTMENT  
COMPLEXES DAMAGED...NUMEROUS BUSINESSES WITH SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE, NO  
DOLLAR ESTIMATE YET.  
 
FORT BEND 3 200000  
 
ESTIMATED TOTAL DAMAGE 36,372,959. DAMAGE TO INFRASTRUCTURE 71274  
DOLLARS FROM FLOODING. OVER 100 RESIDENTS HAVE FILED FOR ASSISTANCE  
FROM FEMA FOR STORM DAMAGES. 8591 HOMES DAMAGED. CONSIDERABLE  
FLOODING AND MULTIPLE TORNADOES. EF1 DAMAGE IN MISSOURI CITY,  
STAFFORD AND KATY.KATY...RESIDENTIAL DAMAGE ESTIMATES 742000  
DOLLARS. COMMERCIAL DAMAGE ESTIMATES...18.5 MILLION.  
 
GALVESTON 6 UNKN UNKN  
 
HOMES DAMAGED 24,671. DAMAGE TOTAL 8,734,876 USD. CITIES OF  
DICKINSON...LEAGUE CITY...FRIENDSWOOD HARDEST HIT BY FLOODING OF  
DICKINSON BAYOU...CLEAR CREEK AND OTHER TRIBUTARIES. UNINCORPORATED  
PART OF THE COUNTY...2000 EVACUATED...50 RESCUED. DICKINSON...6400  
HOMES DAMAGED...2668 MAJOR DAMAGE OR DESTROYED.  
 
HARRIS 36  
 
ESTIMATED 136000 STRUCTURES FLOODED. DAMAGE ESTIMATE COUNTYWIDE  
183,214,677 USD.  
 
LIBERTY 0 2500  
 
1000 SHELTERED AT PEAK. DAMAGE ESTIMATE 11,650,000 USD. 1000 HOMES  
DAMAGED, 200 TO 300 MAJOR OR DESTROYED, MOST DAMAGE IN PLUM GROVE  
AREA DUE TO FLOODING FROM EAST FORK OF SAN JACINTO RIVER, WORST IN  
HISTORY ACCORDING TO RESIDENTS THAT HAVE LIVED IN THE AREA OVER 40  
YEARS NEVER HAD WATER IN THEIR HOMES. THIS FLOOD PUT SEVERAL FEET OF  
WATER IN THEIR HOMES. ROAD AND BRIDGE DAMAGE EXCESSIVE AS WELL,  
NUMEROUS ROADS WASHED OUT AND BRIDGES DESTROYED OR SUFFERING FROM  
STRUCTURAL DAMAGE, CREATING ROAD CLOSURES.  
 
WHARTON  
 
2000 HOMES DAMAGED OR DESTROYED. DAMAGE ESTIMATE 1,050,000.  
 
AUSTIN 0 0 0  
 
60 STRUCTURES DAMAGED...50 MAJOR OR DESTROYED. DAMAGE ESTIMATE  
555000 FROM DSO.  
 
GRIMES 0  
 
49 HOMES DAMAGED. DAMAGE ESTIMATE 243,200 USD.  
 
MADISON 0 UNKN UNKN  
 
5 HOMES DAMAGED. TOTAL DAMAGE ESTIMATE 376,000.  
 
MATAGORDA 0 UNKN UNKN  
 
HOMES DAMAGED 2897. DAMAGE ESTIMATE 6,462,800. COUNTY HAD STORM  
SURGE FLOODING AROUND SARGENT AND MATAGORDA BAY. ALSO SOME DAMAGE  
FROM INLAND FLOODING...GUSTY WINDS AND AT LEAST 2 TORNADOES.  
 
MONTGOMERY 5 UNKN UNKN  
 
1260 HOUSES DAMAGED. DAMAGE ESTIMATE 1,844,664 USD. SIGNIFICANT  
FLOOD DAMAGE.  
 
POLK 0 UNKN  
 
700 HOUSES DAMAGED. STORM DAMAGE ESTIMATES 1,382,000 USD.  
 
SAN JACINTO 3  
 
3315 HOUSES DAMAGED. DAMAGE ESTIMATES 1,660,000 USD.  
 
WALKER 1  
 
DAMAGE TO 19 HOMES. TOTAL STORM DAMAGE ESTIMATE 2,678,373 USD.  
 
WALLER  
 
473 HOUSES DAMAGED. DAMAGE ESTIMATES 1,670,000 USD.  
 
WASHINGTON 0 0 0  
 
DAMAGE ESTIMATES 743,500 USD.  
 

 
 
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E-ESTIMATED  
 
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