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Info from the City of Houston Office of Emergency Management. If you have an emergency, call 911. ⚠️ Alerts: . SM Policies:
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Houston Health Dept 19h
Vehicles with the “windows cracked” still have the potential to reach up to 120 degrees. Stay ahead of the heat wave and keep you and your loved ones safe with these tips from the :
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Houston Public Works 18h
Our crews are on site of a sinkhole at South Post Oak & Gasmer Dr. Please avoid this area as 2 lanes are currently shut down. Expect traffic delays.
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NWS Houston 18h
The heat index is soaring out there, today, with most everyone over 100° and a few spots trying to push 110°. Keep an eye out for heat illness in yourself and others if you're spending time outdoors!
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Sylvester Turner Jun 20
Emergency kits are a must-have for - include water, food, medications, a radio, a first-aid kit, a flashlight, portable chargers and batteries. Find more items at
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Houston Health Dept Jun 20
Please be alert when diving during rush hour this afternoon 🚗☔️ For emergency updates follow🤳
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City of Houston Jun 19
Please pause to honor the significance of . On this day in 1865, Union soldiers led by Gen. Granger arrived in with news the Emancipation Proclamation had been signed 2 years earlier. Slaves in Texas were free! Let freedom ring forever 🇺🇸
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AlertHouston Jun 19
Alert Houston: Flash Flood Watch for Coastal Houston through this Evening
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Eric Berger Jun 19
Flash flood watch for Tuesday as storms encircle Houston
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Houston OEM Jun 18
Replying to @timyagley @HoustonFire
We can tell you is on scene. Any updates will come from them, either via social media, press release, or broadcast news.
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Houston Health Dept Jun 18
Make sure that along with your , you have a contact list ready. Also make sure to follow the following accounts for updates: ✅
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Tevin Wooten Jun 17
HOUSTON— warning residents that “periods of high intensity and/or prolonged rainfall may lead to street flooding.”
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Houston Public Works Jun 18
As storms move through the area, stay up-to-date with . You can register for emergency alerts here:
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Jeff Lindner Jun 17
Waves of heavy rainfall starting to affect the region. Pay attention to the weather the next 24-72 hrs and monitor rainfall and Creek/bayou levels at Addicks/Barker floodgates were closed this morning at 800am (6-17)
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Houston OEM Jun 17
Thanks for the shout out! Once an Emergency Manager...
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AlertHouston Jun 17
Alert Houston: Heavy Rain Potential Over the Next Few Days
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Houston Fire Dept Jun 16
Honored to take part in Mayor Turner’s 7th Annual Juneteenth Parade!
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Red Cross Houston Jun 15
Over the next few days forecasts heavy sustained rains for the Texas Gulf Coast. Do you know what to do when a flood warning is issued? A Flood Warning means TAKE ACTION NOW!
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Harris County OHSEM Jun 12
FROM | HARRIS COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT ENHANCES FLOOD WARNING SYSTEM - New Inundation Mapping Tool Shows Bayou and Creek Flooding in Near Real Time. Click here for more .
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NWS Houston Jun 15
Locally heavy rainfall still looks possible mainly Sunday afternoon through Monday evening as deep tropical moisture moves across Southeast Texas. The heaviest rainfall should occur along and south of the Interstate 10 corridor.
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Houston Health Dept Jun 13
The numbers are in! Over 4,000 people attended . We were so honored to participate this year and share with vital information and encouraging everyone to always be prepared.
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