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  1. National Weather ServiceSouthern RegionRegional Operations Center Texas DEM Weather Briefing Tuesday, February 2, 2010 Tracy Howieson NWS Southern Region Operations Center

  2. Today’sWeather Map

  3. Expected Rainfall12 AM Wed – 6 AM Wed

  4. Expected Rainfall 6 AM Wed to 12 PM Wed

  5. Expected Rainfall 12 PM Wed to 6 PM Wed Rainfall Expected Noon to 6 pm Today

  6. Expected Rainfall 6 PM Wed to 12 AM Thu

  7. Expected Rainfall 12 AM Thu to 6 AM Thu

  8. Expected Rainfall6 AM Thu – 12 PM Thu Day 3

  9. Total Expected Rainfall12 AM Wed – 12 PM Thu

  10. Tides at Galveston/Freeport

  11. Hazard Impacts to Texas Wednesday through Thursday Heavy rainfall will develop over south Texas tonight and spread northeastward through Thursday morning. LOCATION: South, Central and Southeast Texas AMOUNTS: Widespread 1 to 4”; isolated 5-7” amounts off-shore TIMING: 12 AMWednesday through 12 PM Thursday – main time of heaviest rainfall threat CONFIDENCE: Relatively high on timing/amounts Moderate on location Snowfall LOCATION: TX Panhandle AMOUNTS: 1 to 2 “ TIMING: 12 AM Thursday through 12 PM Thursday CONFIDENCE: Moderate

  12. Hazard Impacts to Texas Wednesday through Thursday • Minor Flooding Possible • Coastal River Basins • Elevated tides upper TX coast Wednesday-Thursday AM (Tidal departures 1.5-2.5 ft). • Minor coastal flooding possible in some spots • In particular Bolivar Penisula and western Galveston Island.

  13. Information provided by: NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE Southern Region Headquarters Regional Operations Center Fort Worth, TX Phone: (817) 978-1100 x147 E-mail: SR-SRH.ROC@NOAA.GOV Web: http://www.srh.noaa.gov

  14. Nueces River System

  15. San Antonio River System

  16. Guadalupe River System

  17. Lavaca-Navidad River System

  18. San Bernard River System

  19. Lower Brazos River System

  20. San Jacinto River System

  21. Colorado River System