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  1. Advisory

    City of Cleveland, Texas

    Entered: 7 months, 3 weeks ago

    Severe Thunderstorm Possible More »

  2. Advisory

    City of Cleveland, Texas

    Entered: 7 months, 4 weeks ago

    Dense Fog Advisory until 10:00AM More »

  3. Advisory

    Liberty County Office of Emergency Management

    Entered: 8 months ago

    Lake Livingston Discharge has DECREASED to 41,600cfs. We will continue to monitor and update as needed. More »

  4. Advisory

    Liberty County Office of Emergency Management

    Entered: 8 months ago

    Lake Livingston Discharge has DECREASED to 46,000cfs. We will continue to monitor and update as needed. More »

  5. Advisory

    Liberty County Office of Emergency Management

    Entered: 8 months ago

    Lake Livingston Discharge has DECREASED to 56,900cfs. We will continue to monitor and update as needed. More »

  6. Advisory

    Liberty County Office of Emergency Management

    Entered: 8 months ago

    Lake Livingston Discharge has DECREASED to 62,100cfs. We will continue to monitor and update as needed. More »

  7. Advisory

    Liberty County Office of Emergency Management

    Entered: 8 months, 1 week ago

    Lake Livingston Discharge has DECREASED to 68,200cfs. We will continue to monitor and update as needed. More »

  8. Advisory

    Liberty County Office of Emergency Management

    Entered: 8 months, 1 week ago

    Lake Livingston Discharge has DECREASED to 79,200cfs. We will continue to monitor and update as needed. More »

  9. Advisory

    Liberty County Office of Emergency Management

    Entered: 8 months, 1 week ago

    Lake Livingston Discharge has DECREASED to 82,500cfs. We will continue to monitor and update as needed. More »

  10. Advisory

    Liberty County Office of Emergency Management

    Entered: 8 months, 1 week ago

    Boil Water Notice issued for New River Lake Estates and Horseshoe Lake Estates. Call 936-327-3107 with any questions. More »

  11. Advisory

    Liberty County Office of Emergency Management

    Entered: 8 months, 1 week ago

    Lake Livingston Dam discharge remains at 86,900cfs. We will continue to monitor and update as needed. More »

  12. Advisory

    Liberty County Office of Emergency Management

    Entered: 8 months, 1 week ago

    Lake Livingston Dam discharge remains at 84,700cfs. We will continue to monitor and update as needed. More »

  13. Advisory

    City of Cleveland, Texas

    Entered: 8 months, 1 week ago

    10/17/2018 AVOID HW 321 near Big Thicket Vet in the morning due to accident reconstruction and HW 59 at CR 379 in the afternoon. More »

  14. Advisory

    Liberty County Office of Emergency Management

    Entered: 8 months, 1 week ago

    10/17/2018 1pm Accident reconstruction will occur on 59 South at Flea Market--may experience slow traffic in area. More »

  15. Advisory

    Liberty County Office of Emergency Management

    Entered: 8 months, 1 week ago

    10/17/2018 9am Accident reconstruction will occur on SH105 at Vet clinic--may experience slow traffic in area. More »

  16. Advisory

    Liberty County Office of Emergency Management

    Entered: 8 months, 1 week ago

    As of 3PM the Livingston Dam discharge rate is at 80,300cfs. We will continue to monitor and update as needed. More »

  17. Advisory

    Liberty County Office of Emergency Management

    Entered: 8 months, 1 week ago

    As of 9AM the Livingston Dam discharge rate is at 71,500cfs. We will continue to monitor and update as needed. More »

  18. Advisory

    City of Cleveland, Texas

    Entered: 8 months, 1 week ago

    Flood Warning for the Trinity River in Liberty County through Saturday. More »

  19. Advisory

    City of Cleveland, Texas

    Entered: 8 months, 3 weeks ago

    Dense Fog Advisory until 10:00AM More »

  20. Advisory

    City of Cleveland, Texas

    Entered: 8 months, 4 weeks ago

    Thunderstorms in our area this weekend may cause street flooding averaging 1-2 inches and up to 5 inches. More »

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