8:00 am update - Aug. 27, 2017
Even though the rain has decreased for now, we could still see several more inches of rain today. Please stay home if possible. If you are traveling, please visit atxfloods.org to see road closures in the Austin area.
If you experienced any property damage, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
8/26/17 8:45 pm Update - Flash Flood Warning Issued until 4:45 am
As of approximately 8:45 pm, the National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Warning for the Buda area until 4:45 am. #HurricaneHarvey #TurnAroundDontDrown #WarnCentral Texas
Latest National Weather Service Forecast 5:30 pm
Tropical Storm Harvey will continue to slowly move across the southeastern portions of South Central Texas through the period. Widespread heavy rainfall capable of producing river and flash flooding will occur well to the north and east of Harvey circulation.
8-12 inches are expected in the Austin metro with locally higher amounts through at least Wednesday. Also, 5-10 inches are expected in the San Antonio metro with locally higher amounts through at least Wednesday. 1-4 inches are expected across the eastern Hill Country through at least Wednesday.
City of Buda Road Closures - 5:30 pm
Traffic Light is down at FM 967 and 1626. TxDOT has been notified and Buda Police are the scene. Expect delays in the area.
Hays County Road Closures
Monitor Haysinformed.com and ATXFloods.com
Tropical Storm Warning
Flash Flood Watch through Wednesday Aug. 30, 2017