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LIST: High water levels on roads in the Houston area

Here are the areas with street flooding according to Houston TranStar and local authorities.

HOUSTON. Severe to severe storms are expected Tuesday in the Houston area. Some may be dangerous.

The storms will start around 10 or 11 a.m. and continue into the evening commute. High water spots, strong winds and tornadoes are possible. We could see 1 to 3 inches of rain all over the area and 4 to 6 inches in some areas.

From Houston TranStar

  • IH-10 East heading west after Jensen; front road lanes
  • IH-10 Katy westbound at Smith Street/Louisiana entrance
  • IH-45 North heading north at Patton Street
  • IH-610 East Loop northbound at Clinton Dr
  • IH-610 North Loop eastbound at Wayside Dr exit
  • SH-99 Lanier Pkwy heading northeast at Huffsmith Corville
  • Eastbound Westpark Tollway at Post Oak

More high water locations

  • 17400 Grant Road/Kitzman Road
  • Grant Road and Telge Road
  • Grant Road north of Spring Cypress
  • I-45 access road northbound north of Highway 105
  • Wilson Road exit
  • First Street/Avenue B and East in Katy
  • Shetland and Rice at Katy
  • Katy City Park Road and Franz
  • FM 149 is underwater between Jackson Road and Magnolia Fire Station #188 in Montgomery County.
  • Greenhouse and Tuckerton
  • 3900 Gladebrook carat
  • Keith Harrow and Pebbles

Water rescue work in progress

According to Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez, there are several rescues going on in the Houston area during the flood.

He listed the following locations where rescue operations take place: (this was on Twitter at 2:45 pm)

  • 11414 West Road
  • 20235 Cypress Rosehill
  • 17299 Telge
  • 20311 Forest of Champions
  • 20147 Beechview
  • 1799 Mossy oaks
  • 399 Mistwood
  • 31988 US-290
  • 19739 Mountain Valley
  • 14499 Telge
  • Doerre High School
  • 15100 Ripplewind Ln
  • WoodForest/Uvalde

The Houston Transtar also monitors high water spots on roads in the Houston area. Below is flood road list. Keep for updates.

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