High water warning for drivers on Houston-area roads

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Drivers and flooding are a dangerous mix.

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Drivers, keep an eye on high-water locations on Houston-area roads and drive safely as severe storms move through southeast Texas.

A Flood Advisory was in effect several counties this afternoon, including Harris, Fort Bend, Waller and Montgomery counties.

The video above is from a previous report on things drivers should know about flood waters.

Remember, if you come across high water, don't attempt to drive through it. Turn around, don't drown.

High water locations:

Source: Houston Transtar, local authorities, and ABC13.


  • I-10 East Westbound After Jensen Drive

Fort Bend County

  • U.S. 90 Alternate at State Highway 99

Harris County Sheriff's Office-reported hazards

  • Greenhouse and Tuckerton
  • 3900 Gladebrook Court
  • Kieth Harrow & Pebbles

Additionally, HCSO tweeted out a list of the hazard areas it has seen:

  • SH-99 Lanier Pkwy - North Eastbound At Champion Forest

Conroe-area hazard locations

  • Northbound I45 Service Road North of Hwy 105
  • Wilson Road exit ramp closed due to high water

Current flooded roadways in Harris County Precinct 4:

  • 17400 Grant Road/Kitzman Road
  • Grant Road and Telge Road
  • Grant Road Just North of Spring Cypress


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