HOUSTON — Editor’s word: This story was initially revealed in September of 2019.
In Greater Houston, floodwaters do not solely come from the skies however from the rivers, creeks and bayous. The National Weather Service tracks these water levels a number of instances a day and makes the data accessible on-line.
In Harris County, you can check on levels on the Harris County Flood Control website. There, you can check the standing of bayous and creeks throughout the county by turning on totally different layers of the map.
In Pearland, for instance, many residents preserve their eyes on Clear Creek on this map. The web site supplies an in depth historical past of water readings, crest historical past, and lists the place the flood phases start.