Montgomery County Commissioner James Noack Provides Update on Tropical Storm Beta

By: Commissioner James Noack
| Published 09/21/2020

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THE WOODLANDS, TX - Montgomery County Commissioner James Noack provides update on Tropical Storm Beta.

Tropical Storm Beta for Montgomery County update as of 6 p.m. on 9/20/20

Tropical Storm Beta is set to make landfall tomorrow, with the center in the Matagorda Bay area. This storm still has maximum winds of 60 MPH. This system is highly sheared, but better organized than the past few days. Most of the thunderstorms are East of the center of the storm. TS Beta is no longer forecast to develop into a hurrcane, and should be east of our area by Wednesday afternoon.

Periods of potentially heavier rain bands will give us flash flooding concerns. Our area is at a slight risk for flash flooding over the next three days. The largest concern for flash flooding in Montgomery County is during the Monday night – Tuesday time frame. Rainfall amounts from 6-12 inches are possible with up to 15 inches in the heavier rain bands.

Periods of potentially heavier rain bands will give us flash flooding concerns. Our area is at a slight risk for flash flooding over the next three days. The largest concern for flash flooding in Montgomery County is during the Monday night – Tuesday time frame. Rainfall amounts from 6-12 inches are possible with up to 15 inches in the heavier rain bands.

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