Tropical Storm Warning cancelled

Tropical Storm Cindy arrived, and while the city of Houston didn’t see the brunt of her wrath, other parts of the country and state did.

The good news is that earlier this morning the National Weather Service has cancelled the tropical storm warning that had been in effect. Patrick Blood with the National Weather service telling KTRH the storm did make landfall overnight.

“The tropical storm did make landfall by the state line; between Port Arthur and Cameron officially,” Blood stated.

Counties like Galveston dealt with a lot of rain overnight. They also had wind gusts and minor street flooding. Garret Foskit with the Galveston County Office of Emergency Management says it's been mainly a rain event, but there have been no high water rescues and no power outages in Galveston County.

“Everybody listened to the warnings. It’s been good,” Foskit stated.

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Here in Houston, Mayor Sylvester Turner says we dodged a bullet with this storm, but it's a good reminder to everyone about the time of year we are in.

“It was a good test run for us. We are at the beginning of the summer; the beginning of hurricane season,” the Mayor stated.

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