The National Weather Service tweeted that Turkey Creek is getting dangerously close to the top of its banks.
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Turkey Creek flows into Clear Creek, and the water is flowing as the rain continues to come down.
Turkey Creek at FM 1959 (Dixie Farm Rd) is beginning to near the top of its banks. Per @hcfcd this means issues may crop up in spots near the creek south of 1959, particularly Well School Road. Crossing a road covered with water is not a smart move, ESPECIALLY at night! pic.twitter.com/5ifnhNYQEB— NWS Houston (@NWSHouston) September 18, 2019
There has been consistent moderate to heavy rainfall for hours now, causing some ponding on the roads and strong winds.
Locals are hoping it doesn't get any worse than this, but taking the weather seriously.
"If you don't have to leave, don't leave the house," warned Stephen Morris, a tow truck driver from the area.
"I remember two years ago over here, everything was floating," said Emilio Mendoza. He said he's crossing his fingers the weather conditions won't get that bad again.
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