First tropical storm warning of hurricane season issued as Texas coast braces for possible flooding

"The mix of hazardous tempest flood and the tide will make regularly dry regions close to the coast be immersed by rising waters moving inland from the shore," as indicated by a Tuesday warning from the tropical storm place gave at 10 p.m. CT. In the event that the pinnacle storm flood related with the potential tempest concurs with elevated tides, gauges recommended floodwaters could ascend however much four feet over the ground along parts of the Bay Coast in Texas and Mexico. The most profound water was figure for regions along the quick coast close to the potential landfall site and north of it, where tempest flood is probably going to be joined by enormous and perilous waves, the storm community said. The swell from this is supposed to cause hazardous surf conditions and flows.