#Flood Preparedness Alert for #LlanoTexas outside of #Austin #TX. Mandatory evacuations for those living around the #LlanoRiver. #Water is near record levels ALL PEOPLE must seek higher ground ASAP! If you want to know why I'm a #Prepper #UrbanPrepper and #CityPrepper THIS IS WHY. #Flood #Flooding are the #1 Natural Disaster in #America and you must prepare for it if you live anywhere need a body of water OR if you have a basement.
Early next year I do plan to update my Urban #BugOutBag and design my BIY [Build-It-Yourself] #INCHBag. There is so much to do in #Prepping that you have to get started for those who are still on the fence.
Article; "Tuesday forecast for Austin: Showers are moving across much of the Hill Country, causing the #Llano River at Llano to rise above 38 feet prompting evacuations in the area, the National Weather Service said.
Forecasters urged residents living in low-lying and vulnerable areas near the river to seek higher ground. They said the river is expected to crest at 41 feet around 7 a.m., which would make it the second-highest crest since June 14, 1935, when it reached 41.5 feet.
Llano homes in #RobinsonCityPark, Scotts Acres, near Castell, the FM 2900 Bridge in #Kingsland, Kingsland Lodge and homes downstream in Marble Falls are expected to flood or be severely damaged once the Llano River hits 38 feet, forecasters said.
In neighboring #MasonCounty along the Llano River, 6.64 inches of rain has fallen since midnight, according to the Lower Colorado River Authority.
Closer to Austin in #WilliamsonCounty, a flood warning was in effect for the south fork of the #SanGabrielRiver at Georgetown until Wednesday morning, the National Weather Service said. Flood stage on the #SanGabriel there is 9 feet, and at 6 a.m. the river was at 9.2 feet, the weather service said. The river could continue to rise to near 9.6 feet by Tuesday afternoon, forecasters said." END but continues.
STAY P.R.I.M.E AND DRY my friends.