River Levels

  • Flood stage of 21 feet; currently standing at 21.83 feet and projected to go down to 18.8 feet by Monday
  • Flood stage of 20 ft; currently standing at 26.85 ft and projected to go down to 25.9 feet by Monday
  • Flood stage of 24 feet; currently standing at 28.32 feet and projected to go down to 21 feet by Monday
  • Flood stage of 15 feet; currently standing at 15. 89 feet and projected to go down to 7.3 feet by Monday
  • Flood stage of 25 feet; currently standing at 17.9 feet and projected to go down to 12.9 feet by Monday
  • Flood stage of 12 feet; currently standing at 18.54 feet and projected to go down to 16.17 feet by Monday
  • Flood stage of 29 feet; currently standing at 20.96 feet and projected to go down to 19.9 feet by Monday
  • Flood stage of 21 feet; currently standing at 23.34 feet and projected to go down to 10.8 feet by Monday
  • Flood stage of 20 feet; currently standing at 19.68 feet and it’s projection rate is unavailable at this time
  • Flood stage of 23 feet; currently standing at 29.12 feet and projected to go down to 12.5 feet by Monday
  • Flood stage of 13 feet; currently standing at 16.55 feet and projected to go down to 5.3 feet by Monday
  • Flood stage of 24 feet; currently standing at 14.78 feet and projected to go down to 11.3 feet by Monday
  • Flood stage of 24 feet; currently standing at 26.75 feet and projected to go down to 22.2 feet by Monday
  • Flood stage of 25 feet; currently standing at 30.53  feet and projected to go down to 29,27 feet by Monday

Alerts

Severe Weather Alerts

Texas

Special Weather Statement (Moderate)

Houston; Trinity; Madison; Walker; San Jacinto; Polk; Burleson; Brazos; Washington; Grimes; Montgomery; Colorado; Austin; Waller

Sustained northerly winds of 15 mile per hour with higher gusts
coupled with relative humidity levels below 25 percent will create
dangerous fire weather conditions today. Conditions have been dry
of late with College Station reporting only 0.27 inches of rain
since August 19th and Huntsville only recording 0.44 inches of
rain since August 19th. KBDI values are between 600-700 which is
another indicator of increasing fire weather dangers. The KBDI
scale ranges from 0 to 800 with 800 being the most dangerous
level. Burn bans are in effect for Colorado, Madison, Walker and
Waller counties.

Please use extreme caution if working with flammable material outdoors
today. If possible, wait for a less windy day or a day with higher
humidity to burn. Grasses and other fine fuels can ignite and
spread quickly in low humidity and strong winds. If winds are
stronger than forecast, a Red Flag Warning may yet be required.

Start Time
9/22/2021 4:23 AM
End Time
9/22/2021 7:00 PM

Llano; Burnet; Williamson; Kerr; Bandera; Gillespie; Kendall; Blanco; Hays; Travis; Bastrop; Lee; Medina; Bexar; Comal; Guadalupe; Caldwell; Fayette; Frio; Atascosa; Wilson; Karnes; Gonzales; De Witt; Lavaca

The combination of low humidity, gusty winds, and pockets of dry
fuels will result in near critical fire weather conditions today
across portions of the Hill Country, along the I-35 corridor, and
east into the the Coastal Plains.

Minimum RH values around 18-22% are forecast this afternoon.
Sustained 20 foot winds around 15 mph are forecast this morning
and 10-15 mph this afternoon. However, occasional gusts around 25
mph are forecast this morning and 15-20 mph this afternoon.

Residents are urged to exercise care with respect to all outdoor
activities that could inadvertently cause wildfires. Report
wildfires quickly to the nearest fire department or law
enforcement office.

Start Time
9/22/2021 9:01 AM
End Time
9/22/2021 6:00 PM

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