FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
May 21, 2021
Invest 91L Threat for Montgomery County
Status Update from the Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management
MONTGOMERY COUNTY- The National Hurricane Center continues to monitor a disturbance in the western Gulf of Mexico. There is a 60% chance that this disturbance will develop into a tropical system in the next two days. Impacts to our area, if any, will likely be confined to periods of locally heavy rainfall later today and early Saturday evening. Wind speeds are expected to be 20-30 MPH, and 1-2 inches of rain is forecasted for Montgomery County today- Saturday. Feeder bands off the Gulf could cause rainfall total amounts to be higher than forecasted. Montgomery County agencies and resources are on alert and ready to activate as needed for our area. The Montgomery County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management will continue to monitor Invest 91L, and will send updates as conditions change.
- Register for AlertMCTX, the county’s official emergency alert system, to receive real-time weather alerts and post-storm recovery information.
- To see current weather warnings, road hazards, traffic and river gauge levels visit MCTX Live
- For information regarding Lake Conroe storm releases from the San Jacinto River Authority click HERE.
- Download the ReadyMCTX app. This app shows shelter and donation center locations when activated, and additional information from our office.
- Recovery information is available at www.mctx.org/recover