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Texas Severe Weather Alerts

Flood Warning TexasState Weather Alerts

Flood Warning
The Flood Warning Continues For The White Oak Creek Near Talco, Texas. * Until Thursday Afternoon...or Until The Warning Is Cancelled. * At 8:15 Am Wednesday The Stage Was 16.5 Feet. * Minor Flooding Is Occurring And Minor Flooding Is Forecast. * Flood Stage Is 16 Feet. ...Read More.
Effective: January 15, 2020 at 9:32amExpires: January 16, 2020 at 4:00pmTarget Area: Franklin; Morris; Titus

Flood Warning
The National Weather Service In Shreveport Has Issued A * Flood Warning For The Ayish Bayou Near San Augustine, Texas. * Until Late Tonight...or Until The Warning Is Cancelled. * At 6:15 Am Wednesday The Stage Was 12.0 Feet. * Flood Stage Is 12 Feet. ...Read More.
Effective: January 15, 2020 at 6:59amExpires: January 16, 2020 at 12:46amTarget Area: Sabine; San Augustine

 

Severe Weather Alerts in TexasTexas Frequent Weather Alerts:
Tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, hail, floods, flash floods, hurricanes, tropical storms, extreme heat

Texas gets it all in terms of weather, and it has both a desert climate in the west and a more tropical climate to the east. Tornadoes happen the most in Texas, and the state has an average of 139 tornadoes a year. Tropical cyclones and floods are also a concern throughout Texas, with the most impact on the coastline.

Due to being part of Tornado Alley, tornadoes can occur frequently and often happen from April to June. Hurricanes also strike the state’s coast, with many of the worst hurricanes going through Texas. Most of them strike the uppermost coastline, causing severe damage and flooding, as well as storms.

Flooding is also a constant danger from the cyclones, and the weaker the cyclone is, the more rain it produces. This rain can cause floods that damage property, destroy roads, and claim lives. Flooding is the most common during spring and fall and can hit anywhere in Texas.

Finally, Texas’s temperatures are often extreme and unpredictable, with scorching hot temperatures one day and then freezing overcast days on the next. Depending on what part of Texas you are in, specifically the desert portions, extreme heat and cold can be a major weather factor.

 

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