Overflowing Lake Conroe floods North Montgomery County homes (TX)

Tropical Storm Harvey dumped so much water into Lake Conroe over the weekend that the lake water rose so high so quickly, flooding homes in communities along the waterfront, according to residents.  While no injuries or deaths were reported, officials are recommending voluntary evacuations and urging precaution in some areas. Lake Conroe’s watershed took on 18-20 inches in some areas, resulting in lake levels rising to over 206 feet above mean sea level, far surpassing the norm of 201 feet.    Read the article……………


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