Attached is the Harris County Flood gauges and reports for Cypress Creek at I-45.

We are currently at 92FT. NOAA is predicting 102FT at 45 by 10AM tomorrow morning (although this is ONLY a prediction by computer models). That would be about 8 to 10FT higher than current flood levels right now.

Streets to get out of Enchanted Oaks are already near impossible to leave. We are NOT telling you to leave, nor recommending it, however, in a very short period, you may not be able to leave if you want too. Please make a wise decision for your family and research the information to make the best decision for you.

WCID110 Directors are making preps and plans RIGHT NOW, that we COULD lose Water Plant 1 and the Waste Water Treatment Plant IF the water rises to 102FT on the creek. That COULD come over night tonight!

THIS is the time for ALL of our WCID110 residents to band together and help your neighbors!! PLEASE be careful, but help each other as you can. If you feel it is best to leave, then please make the best choice for your family, but do it now!


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