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Houston's Heroes Make America Who We Are!

This Is What Makes America Who We Are!

Officer Steve Perez.
Houston Police Sergeant Steve Perez a 34 year veteran of the force lost his life today in the flooding in Houston. Officer Perez drowned in his car while on his way to work early this morning. News reports are stating that his family begged him not to go but his response was "I have work to do." Officer Perez refused to stay home while so many in his city were in need and answered that call for help one last time.
Nobody wants to lose a family member and loved one like this. Officer Perez's death is tragic and our hearts and prayers go out to his family and community. His life and death remind us that this is what America and Texas is, this is who we are!
John 15:13-
Jesus said: Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. God rest your soul Officer Perez and thank you for your love and service to your community, your friends.

Tropical Storm Harvey Visible Satellite Image.

A Day…

Houston Is Drowning One Neighborhood At A Time.

Downtown Houston This Morning.
Courtesy Of Houston Oil & Gas On Twitter. 
Visible Satellite Image Of Tropical Storm Harvey.
Valid At 4:18 PM MDT This Monday Afternoon.
Note that swirl in the middle of the image. That's not what you want to see which means that Harvey has developed a closed circulation again. The latest National Hurricane Center (NHC) Advisory at 3 PM MDT Harvey is very slowly strengthening. He now has sustained winds of 45 mph with a central pressure of 994 millibars or 29.44 inches of mercury. Harvey was located just south of Matagorda moving slowly to the east-southeast at 3 mph. 
Tropical Storm Harvey Forecast To Slowly Strengthen  & Move NE.

Harvey is currently forecast to gain some strength but not obtain Hurricane status before looping back to the northeast and making landfall near the Galveston area by Wednesday. Lets hope the computer model forecasts are right and this is how he plays his cards between now and then. The worst thing that could happen is…

Unprecedented Historic Widespread Flooding Continues In Houston Tonight!


NWS Houston/Galveston Doppler Radar Snapshot At 8:42 CDT.

NWS Houston/Galveston On Twitter.
Another 5 to 10 Inches Of Rain Before Midnight!

NWS San Antonio/Austin On Twitter.

NOAA's Weather Prediction Center (WPC) Statement. (Issued At 2:09 PM CDT This Afternoon).

Hard To Image It Will Get Worse But It Will!
Two different "bands" of thunderstorms are developing over southeast Texas now. One basically east of Houston and the other "band" on the west side of the city.Between now and about midnight another 5 to 10 inches of rain is possible in the Houston Metro area! This on top of the 30" that has already fallen last night and today!Additional Flash Flooding and Flooding is forecast to continue past midnight into Monday and Tuesday. Some of which may be Catastrophic and Life-Threatening. Today was bad in the Houston area but tonight has the potential to be much worse!Feel free to share this post with your friends, loved ones,…

Unprecedented Catastrophic Life-Threatening Flooding Ongoing In Houston, TX Area!


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