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Severe Weather

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March 11, 2024

Flood early warning system in Bryan will save lives and property

Several roadways in Bryan are now safer for motorists during heavy rainfall with the flood early warning system installment, thanks to a grant received from the state Flood Infrastructure Fund (FIF).

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January 15, 2024

Are you prepared for the freezing temperatures?

While rare, Texas does experience freezing temperatures. The idea of freezing temperatures may send you into a tizzy, but with a little preparation we’ll be ready to take on whatever mother nature brings our way.

Posted in: Articles, Severe Weather
June 16, 2023

National Weather Service has issued Excessive Heat Warning

When the National Weather Service issues an Excessive Heat Warning for our area, it means you should take action to help yourself and others avoid heat-related illnesses and life-threatening situations. Extreme heat causes more fatalities than any other weather-related event. It’s crucial to recognize heat-related symptoms and know how to action: 

August 12, 2022

Cities of Bryan, College Station declare drought disaster

City of College Station Mayor Karl Mooney and City of Bryan Mayor Andrew Nelson have both declared a local state of disaster in their respective cities due to extreme drought.

Posted in: Articles, Severe Weather
July 25, 2022

City of Bryan requests voluntary water conservation

Due to the ongoing drought, elevated temperatures, and excessive line breaks, the City of Bryan is asking its water customers to voluntarily limit their amount of water usage for outdoor watering.