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~ 1 week, 3 days ago   Jul 24 2020, 10:52am 
An update from the City of Sugar Land - A storm has formed in the Gulf
 
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Tropical Storm Hanna is expected to make landfall near Corpus Christi. There is a chance of excessive rainfall in Sugar Land with the possibility of up to 6 inches of rain this weekend.
 
The City of Sugar Land maintains close contact with their drainage partners and has confirmed the Brazos and drainage ditches remain low. Localized street flooding is a possibility so help keep storm drains clear, avoid parking on streets and secure loose items around homes.
 
Sign up to receive Flood Risk Alerts www.harriscountyfws. org/MultiGauge?id=0& selIdx=0 that report near real-time rainfall and water levels. This service is provided through a partnership with the Harris County Flood Warning System.
 
Other helpful resources follow:
 
Real-time Traffic Website
its.sugarlandtx.gov/
 
Centerpoint Outage Tracker
www.centerpointenerg y.com/en-us/resident ial/customer-service /electric-outag
 
National Weather Service
www.nhc.noaa.gov/
 
Levee Improvement Districts
www.sugarlandtx.gov/ 1726/Levee-Improveme nt-Districts
 
Brazos River Forecast -- Richmond Gauge
water.weather.gov/ah ps2/hydrograph.php?g age=rmot2&wfo=hgx
 
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