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Precipitation schedule for Brielle in Houston, Southeast Texas

Precipitation schedule for Brielle in Houston, Southeast Texas

As of 1 p.m., Beryl is still a tropical storm. As it approaches the Texas coast, it will strengthen to a Category 1 hurricane by Sunday night. Beryl will then make landfall around 2 a.m. Monday near Matagorda, but its winds and rain will batter multiple communities as it continues to move inland throughout Monday.

Beryl turns into a hurricane Sunday night.

When looking at Beryl, it has a history of moving to the right and east of the forecast cone. The slight eastward shift means stronger than tropical storm force winds for Southeast Texas. Galveston, Houston, Pearland, Pasadena, Katy, The Woodlands, and Liberty will see winds of 58 to 73 mph. As far west as Needville, Sugar Land, Rocheron, Sargent, Matagorda, Port Lavaca, Wharton, and El Campo, winds will reach 110 mph. This wind forecast means widespread power outages, downed trees, and possible roof damage.

Tropical storm force winds will move into the Houston metro area.

Beryl’s bands continue to move Sunday evening before making landfall.

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Rolling in Sealy Texas. Coming from Beryl

Tropical rain bands in Brielle will bring heavy rain, causing flooding and reduced visibility.

Rainfall totals are typically 5 to 10 inches, with some localized areas receiving up to 13 inches. A flood warning is in effect. Always remember to turn around and not drown.

About 10 inches of rain.

Here is the rainfall schedule:

Sunday, 6 p.m. Scattered showers and storms continue to move in from the Gulf. As the evening progresses, more storms will move north of Highway 10 as they turn northwest.

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Scattered showers and storms

By 10 p.m. Sunday, precipitation becomes more widespread, especially south of I-10.

More prevalent rainfall

As Beryl approaches landfall Monday after midnight, everyone in Southeast Texas will see heavy rain, with tropical rain continuing into the late morning. As Beryl moves north, Southeast Texas will begin to dry out, with conditions likely to improve inland by the afternoon, and by 7 p.m., coastal areas will see Beryl’s rain.

Heavy rains fell across southeast Texas Monday morning.
Heavy metal bands are moving out of Houston.
Heavy rains continue to move out to the northeast.

As the rain continues inland, there is a risk of tornadoes. So, you should have a safety plan and a way to get alerts.

Severe Danger 2/5

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