Hurricane Season Update

By: Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management
| Published 08/25/2021


MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TX -- The National Weather Service continues to monitor the tropics for possible tropical cyclone development in the northwestern Caribbean Sea or southwestern Gulf of Mexico by the end of this week or weekend. The system could potentially bring winds and heavy rainfall across the coasts of Louisiana and Texas early next week. The exact impact still remain highly uncertain at this time and will depend on the track of the system as the system has yet to respond. There is a 50% chance of formation in the next 48 hours and an 80% chance of formation in the next 5 days.

Montgomery County agencies and resources are monitoring the situation and are prepared to take action as needed. The Montgomery County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management will continue to monitor these storms, and will send updates as we receive them.

Now is the time to ensure you are prepared for potential storm impact as we enter our busiest portion of Hurricane Season.

- MAKE A PLAN – Communicate with your household and know how you and your family will prepare and respond in the event of a hurricane
- BUILD A KIT – Gather the appropriate supplies needed such as food, water and first aid supplies
- STAY INFORMED – Tune in to local channels and news outlets for the most up-to-date storm information pertaining to Montgomery County

- Register for AlertMCTX, the county’s official emergency alert system, to receive real-time weather alerts and post-storm recovery information
- For information on current road conditions in Montgomery County please visit MCTXLive
- For information regarding Lake Conroe storm releases from the San Jacinto River Authority click HERE
- Download the ReadyMCTX app
- Recovery information is available at

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