A storm power system is essential for storm surge recovery
Posted November 15, 2018 09:18:00A powerful storm is set to batter southern Texas and parts of the Gulf Coast, with powerful winds, flooding and mudslides expected to cause severe damage and property damage.
The National Weather Service issued a warning for storm surges of up to 8 feet, which could lead to flooding, mudslide and mud-covered roads, according to the Weather Service.
In addition to the heavy rain, strong winds will bring storm surge flooding and heavy rainfall to some parts of southern Texas, and some communities in Louisiana and Mississippi will be at high risk of flooding.
On Saturday, a storm surge warning was issued for the coastal communities of Houston, Port Aransas, Corpus Christi, San Antonio, El Paso, Tarrant County, Elbert County, Dallas, and several other areas in Texas.
The storm surge is expected to bring flooding, landslides and other conditions that could lead in many areas of the state, according the Weather Information Center.
The storm surge danger is expected in some parts in Texas and in Louisiana, but it is also possible in other areas, according Weather.
In Houston, a major storm surge advisory was issued from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m., according to NBC affiliate KPRC.
A storm surge watch was also issued from 1 a., 3 a. and 5 a.M. for the city and surrounding areas.