The Seabrook Office of Emergency Management continues to closely monitor Seabrook’s tropical weather outlook as Hurricane Delta continues tracking towards the northern Gulf Coast. Currently Delta is forecasted to make landfall sometime Friday along the Louisiana coastline. The system is expected to strengthen over the Gulf of Mexico, and there is an increasing risk of storm surge, wind impacts, and rainfall with this system. Seabrook is currently under a Tropical Storm Warning and may experience minor coastal flooding during high tides.
Delta is a good reminder to make sure you have an emergency plan and supplies in place.
- Sign up to receive Seabrook Alerts at seabrooktx.gov/alerts and frequently check the city’s website at seabrooktx.gov for updates.
- Make a plan and include all emergency contact information in your plan. (use the form in this document)
- Ensure you have a 3 to 5 day supply of food and water.
- Have enough medications and refills to last you throughout the event.
- Consider your pets and make sure you have food for them too.
- Flashlights, batteries, and a tool kit may come in handy.
- Have all your toiletries and a first aid kit readily available.
- Secure patio furniture and/or remove objects that may be impacted by high winds and heavy rain.
- Secure your boats if docked on the water.
Please be sure to monitor Hurricane Delta by checking for updates on the National Hurricane Center website at https://www.nhc.noaa.gov. The Seabrook Office of Emergency Management will post storm updates to social media and will also send out Seabrook Alerts as necessary. Sign up for these important texts, phone calls, and email updates online at www.seabrooktx.gov/alerts. Learn more about preparing for an emergency by visiting seabrooktx.gov/ready.
Want more information? View the 10:30 a.m. Hurricane Delta Briefing from the National Weather Services on YouTube. You may also download the PDF presentation by clicking here.