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Are any homes flooded in or around Kingwood?

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Rubicon 2
Beach Girl 1
Dorothy Parker 1
Miss Understanding 3
3rd generation hippie 1
TinktheSprite 1
Its Mygirl01 1
EllieB123 2
DVaz 1

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Beach Girl --- 5 years ago -

I have not had internet/tv until just now and am wondering if there is any flooding in our area. 

EllieB123 --- 5 years ago -

My friend lives in New Caney and her house got 3-4 feet of water in it. All her stuff is ruined and both her and husband's cars are completely flooded and totaled out. :/ 

EllieB123 --- 5 years ago -


Rubicon --- 5 years ago -

I'm thinking some of the houses on the lake might be in water now. 

Miss Understanding --- 5 years ago -

Yes or No?! 

Rubicon --- 5 years ago -

I'm guessing yes. There are some homes in Kings River that have water in their front yard. Lake is up 4.36 feet from full pool as of 1:30pm. 

Miss Understanding --- 5 years ago -

They need to open the dam's two tainter gates!!! 

FANCY PANTS --- 5 years ago -

I hope Conroe does not decide to open their flood gates. This is bad enough. We do not need a repeat of the flood of 94. 

Dorothy Parker --- 5 years ago -

Conroe opening their floodgates is my fear, too. 

Its Mygirl01 --- 5 years ago -

Conroe opens flood gates 

Miss Understanding --- 5 years ago -

It is okay if they open their floodgates it just needs to be controlled! When they caused the issue in our hood it was because they like opened they all the way!!! 

DVaz --- 5 years ago -

We do not need a repeat of the flood of 94.

None of these floods compare to that one. Water was up to the power lines on some parts of Hamblen Rd and nearly to the roof of Jack's Convenience (Grocery Then) Store.

Anything remotely near Lake Houston, Kingwood Lake, or the San Jacinto River was under water.

Kingwood High School had about 5 to 7 feet of water in it.
Much of Kingwood Lakes Village & Kingwood Country Club were under water.
Randall's on Kingwood Drive & West Lake Houston Pky had water in it all the way from Lake Houston itself.
Best Buy and Toys R US in Humble had water in them.

So much of Forest Cove & North Shore were just washed away to never be rebuilt. Kinda depressing to think how many houses and families were involved. 

3rd generation hippie --- 5 years ago -

DVaz-that sounds horrible. We didn't live here then.

Randall's on Kingwood Drive & West Lake Houston Pky had water in it all the way from Lake Houston itself.

Really? From the Lake? Are you sure it wasn't from Ben's Branch which is closer to Randalls? 

TinktheSprite --- 5 years ago -

Actually the water rose up into Wendy's on Lk Houston Pkway then on south. Can't say if it was Ben's Branch, San Jacinto River, or Lake Houston that overflowed or all three. We had 24" of rain in 24 hours. Kingwood was an Island for 3 days. 

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