Tropical Depression Imelda Drenching Texas Coast

Tropical Depression Imelda Drenching Texas Coast

 

Tropical Depression Imelda Drenching Texas Coast

Tropical Depression Imelda Drenching Texas Coast

Updated 11/8/19: The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) issued a circular that expresses concern about VA home loan borrowers affected by Tropical Storm Imelda and describes measures mortgagees may employ to provide relief.

Circular 26-19-29: Special Relief Following Tropical Storm Imelda

Updated 10/24/19: FEMA issued an update to a Presidential Major Disaster Declaration for areas in Texas affected by Tropical Storm Imelda from September 17 to September 23, 2019.

Texas Tropical Storm Imelda (DR-4466): Amendment 1

 

Updated 10/4/19: FEMA issued an update to a Presidential Major Disaster Declaration for areas in Texas affected by Tropical Storm Imelda from September 17 to September 23, 2019.

https://www.fema.gov/disaster/4466

s Tropical Storm Imelda (DR-4466)Updated 9/20/19: AccuWeather published an article detailing rain accumulations across Southeast Texas resulting from Tropical Depression Imelda.

Imelda’s devastating rains overwhelm southeastern Texas, cause record-setting flooding

Approximate locations reported as hardest hit:

Texas
-Beaumont (Jefferson County, 77701, 77702, 77703, 77704, 77705, 77706, 77707, 77708, 77709, 77710, 77713, 77720, 77725, 77726)*
-Splendora (Montgomery County, 77372)*
-Vidor (Orange County, 77662, 77670)
-Winnie (Chambers County, 77665)*

*Home flooding reported.


Updated 9/19/19: 
The office of Texas Governor Greg Abbot issued a state of disaster for 13 counties as a result of Tropical Depression Imelda.

Governor Greg Abbott Declares State Of Disaster As Tropical System Impacts Texas