Imelda hits Houston; list of school closings

She's now a Tropical Depression, but Imelda is making her presence felt in the Houston area. Here is the current list of school closings:

Angleton ISD

Alvin ISD

Channelview ISD

Clear Creek ISD

Cleveland ISD

Crosby ISD

Day One Christian Academy

Dayton ISD

Deer Park ISD

Dickinson ISD

Friendswood ISD

Galena Park ISD

Galveston College

Goose Creek ISD

High Island ISD

HISD:All after-school activities & athletic events are cancelled for Wednesday, Sept 18. Classes are going on as scheduled. 

Hitchcock ISD

Houston Community College


HTEC - Houston's Training and Education CTR

La Porte ISD

Lee College - all campuses

Lord of Life Lutheran School Friendswood

Mainland Preparatory Academy

Pasadena ISD

Santa Fe ISD

Satori School Galveston

Sheldon ISD

Texas A&M Galveston

Texas City ISD

Texas Southern University - Delayed until 10 a.m.

University of Houston - Delayed until 10 a.m.

UH Clear Lake - Delayed until 10 a.m. - Including the Pearland and Medical Center locations

UH Downtown - Delayed until 10 a.m.

UH Katy - Delayed until 10 a.m.

UH Sugar Land - Delayed until 10 a.m.

University of St. Thomas will delay the start of classes today until 10 a.m.

Wharton County Junior College - Opening late at 10 a.m.

The list will be updated throughout the day.

Specifically, Imelda, which made landfall in Freeport as a Tropical Storm yesterday, is hitting the coastal counties. Kent Prochazka with the National weather Service in League City told KTRH that will continue to be the case this morning.

"The shift is probably going to occur this afternoon, once we get some daytime heating going," Prochazka said.

In Galveston County, Communications Director Zach Davidson told KTRH they have gotten their share and then some.

"We are looking at four to five inches so far in the majority of the county, and we are expecting rain throughout the day," Davidson stated.

He says there have been no high water rescues as of yet, and no major road flooding. Right now it's the coast that's getting the heavy rain, but David Roth with the Weather Prediction Center we will all feel this at some point this afternoon.

"The band will rotate in probably this afternoon," Roth said.

Power outages and flight delays have not been an issue as of yet, but that could change. Here is a list of high water locations.

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