Tropical Storm Nicholas has formed in the Gulf of Mexico and forecasts indicate it is headed to Texas. A Tropical Storm Watch is in effect from Port Aransas to High Island, which includes League City. A Storm Surge Watch is in effect from the Mouth of the Rio Grande to High Island. Landfall is expected late Monday to early Tuesday with a very slow motion across SE Texas through the end of the week. For the latest update from the National Hurricane Center visit https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/cyclones/. For hype-free forecasts from our area visit www.spacecityweather.com. League City's Emergency Operations Office is also working closely with the National Weather Service Houston-Galveston Office, which is based in League City. Visit them at https://www.weather.gov/hgx/
SUNDAY 9-12 4 PM UPDATE
.Our area could see anywhere from 8 to 10 inches over the next several days. We should all plan for the possibility of street flooding. City crews have been working hard to clear storm drains throughout the city. PLEASE HELP US KEEP DRAINS CLEAR to ensure our drainage system works as designed. It’s also important to secure loose items around your homes that could end up blocking our storm drains, and avoid parking on streets that flood
This could cause street flooding in neighborhoods, roadways, and highways, throughout our area. Never drive through a flooded roadway. Peak Storm Surge for Galveston Bay could reach two to four feet during high tide.