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Posted on: April 8, 2020

City monitoring potential severe weather

The City of Galveston is monitoring a weather system expected to move through the area tomorrow. The U.S. National Weather Service forecast indicates that storms moving into the region Thursday could bring widespread rainfall of 0.5-1 inch with isolated amounts of 3-4 inches. Strong to severe thunderstorms will also be possible.

The City of Galveston is following its pre-storm plan to place barricades and clear drains, and we ask that residents do the same by picking up any loose items in their yards. We will provide updates as information is available. Thanks.

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