Check bayou and creek levels around southeast Texas

We are monitoring the bayous and creeks around the Houston area.

The Harris County Flood Warning System unveiled a new online interactive system, where people can monitor the situation.

When you click on the bayous and creeks, it will take you to a separate page that will give you the address and how close to full or out of banks the creeks and bayous are.

You can check at any point by clicking or tapping here.

Harris County's bayous, creeks and tributaries are responding to the runoff from heavy rainfall; however, several are out of banks or near the top of banks. An update on bayous and creeks that Flood Control District officials are watching closely (as of 2:30 am):

The following are out of banks:
South Mayde Creek in west Harris County near Interstate 10 and Greenhouse Road
Cypress Creek at Cypresswood Drive in north Harris County
Buffalo Bayou at Milam Street in downtown Houston
White Oak Bayou at Heights Boulevard in central Houston
Brays Bayou at Lawndale in southeast Houston

The following are near bankfull:
Rummel Creek in west Houston near the West Sam Houston Tollway
White Oak Bayou at Heights Boulevard in central Houston
Buffalo Bayou at Shepherd Drive near downtown Houston
Hunting Bayou at Lockwood Drive in east Houston
Halls Bayou at Jensen in northeast Houston
Halls Bayou at Airline Drive in north Houston
Greens Bayou at US 59 near Humble in northeast Harris County
Keegans Bayou at Roark Road near US 59 and Beltway 8 in far southwest Houston
Keegans Bayou at Keegans Road also near the US 59 and Beltway intersection
Clear Creek at Interstate 45 in south Harris County
Clear Creek at Nassau Bay in south Harris County
Clear Creek at Mykawa near south Beltway 8
Clear Creek at FM 528 near Friendswood
Clear Creek at Bay Area Boulevard in south Harris County
Cedar Bayou near SH 146 in far east Harris County
Taylors Bayou at Shore Acres Boulevard east of SH 146 in far southeast Harris County

All other Harris County bayous and creeks are responding, but remain within banks.
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