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Message from the City of Sugar Land for Tropical Depression Delt

Message from the City of Sugar Land for Tropical Depression Delt

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~ 3 weeks, 1 day ago   Oct 05 2020, 1:59pm 
Message from the City of Sugar Land for Tropical Depression Delta
 
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The City of Sugar Land is keeping an eye on a tropical storm Delta as it passes by Cuba and into the Gulf of Mexico where it could form into a hurricane mid week. The National Weather Service has started issuing advisories on this tropical cyclone, so everyone should all pay close attention and stay prepared because hurricane season continue through November. It’s a good idea to closely follow the National Weather Service and the National Hurricane Center -- the authoritative sources of weather information. Visit www.sugarlandtx.gov/ 105/Emergency-Manage ment
for emergency resources.
 
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Sugar Land Emergency Alerts bit.ly/3grKFDM
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National Weather Service bit.ly/36Ya8l0
Levee Improvement Districts bit.ly/3eOqWgO
Brazos River Forecast -- Richmond Gauge bit.ly/36UmlqU
 
NWS Resources:
NWS Houston/Galveston Webpage bit.ly/3b1JDwR
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Hourly Forecasts (Click Your Location) bit.ly/36zYej4
West Gulf River Forecast Center Webpage bit.ly/3nfNsEy
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