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Flooding Woes Continue for East Texas

The East Texas Flooding continues.

The remnants of Bill have brought more flooding rains this morning across a large swath of East Texas.  Another 1-3 inches of rain is possible this morning.  Travel is discouraged. 

Here’s a list of warnings and road conditions:

  • Flash Flood Warning until 12:30 for Nacogdoches, Angelina, and Shelby counties
  • Water across the road in several areas on Highway 94 between Groveton and Apple Springs
  • Water across the road and trees down on FM 95 north of Garrison
  • FM 226 south of Woden and FM 1638 between Loop 224 and FM 343 have water over the roadway.
  • FM 324 is now closed due to high water.
  • Water is over the roadway on FM 2497. Trees are down along SH 103 East and US 69 South.
  • 69 S is flooded right pass Carroll road, one lane open Northbound through that area
  • FM 95 between Chireno and Martinsville has water over road
  • As of 7:15 a.m., 69S at Biloxi was still passible. Only one northbound lane open at that area.
  • Water on road at Highway 21 in Chireno.  Several cars already swept off roadway.
  • Shelby County is reporting water over US 96, SH 87, Loop 500, SH 7 East and FM 947 at Tenaha
  • Senior Citizen’s MayFest which was rescheduled to today at the Pitser Garrison Civic Center is still going on
  • County Line Road in Trinity County has water over the road in 8 separate places
  • Forest Service Road 527 East in Houston County is washed out (collapsed culvert)
  • Banita Creek Par and Farmer’s Market area is flooded.  Water over Pearl Street near Nacogdoches Police Department.
  • Sealcoating in sections of FM 95 between SH 21 and the Blackjack community has washed off the road due to high water.
  • More high water at FM 841 near US 69 South, FM 2497 near the racetrack and FM 324 at the railroad tracks.
  • High water is threatening areas of downtown Nacogdoches at Banita Creek and on FM 225 near Morale Creek, west of Loop 224
  • Nacogdoches County Road 353 Catholic Church road washed out south of the church.
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We will continue to update this page as conditions warrant.

 

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