Press Release 8.28.2020 English
Press Release 8.26.2020 Spanish
2 PM Radar Update: The outer rain bands of #Laura are beginning to move onshore. Areas of Liberty and Chambers Counties could see gusty winds and downpours from these storms. Hurricane Watches and Warnings remain in effect.
Call for information during the storm or to report hazardous debris after the storm has dissapated. Thank you.
Hurricane Laura Press Release 8.25.2020
Declaration of Local Disaster Hurricane Marco and Laura
Press Release 8.24.2020
Here are the 10pm updates on Tropical Storm Marco and Tropical Storm Laura. Not much change in the forecast from previous advisories, but large uncertainties remain for the future track of Laura. For more information, visit www.hurricanes.gov
As we watch for storm updates, this is the best time for you to prepare. Please take this time to secure your homes and pick up any “missile hazards” in your yards. Loose debris, dead branches, lawn furniture, etc. The City of Angleton would also ask that beginning on Monday, August 24, please avoid parking in the street until the storm has dissipated. This will help facilitate clearing debris and avoid potential damage to your vehicles. Thank you.
Be prepared! The National Hurricane Center has found sufficient circulation in the Caribbean to support formation of a tropical depression (TD14). This system is expected to gradually organize/strengthen over the next several days as it moves across the Yucatan and into the western Gulf of Mexico Sunday. While there is still a lot of inherent uncertainty this far out, this increases the chances of impacts early next week along the upper TX Coast.