Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Tropical Storm Cindy Landfall Likely Sabine Pass


Today will be breezy and mostly dry thru much of the afternoon for the majority of southeast Texas. Temps will climb to near 90 as the north wind gusts up to 30 mph inland and up to 40 mph along the coast. Tropical Storm wind conditions can be expected to spread inland this evening.

Tonight is when the rains could get especially heavy as Cindy makes landfall somewhere near Sabine Pass. Travis says heavy storms are expected to erupt on the west side of Cindy once it moves inland, which means areas along and east of I-45 could experience flooding rains. Most can except 1-3" with a narrow swatch of 4-8" possible closer to the center. Travis also says that many west of I-45 will pick up less than an inch or even stay completely dry. The bulk of the rain will come to an end by Thursday evening.

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