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Weather
Subtropical Storm Oscar Forms, Not a Threat to Texas
News Release
Saturday, October 27, 2018

What is the danger?

Subtropical Storm Oscar has formed in the central Atlantic. It is the fifteenth named storm of the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season.

According to the National Hurricane Center, additional strengthening is forecast during the next several days. Oscar is expected to make a transition to a tropical storm on Sunday. This storm poses no threat to land.

 

What you need to do:

Residents are reminded that hurricane season runs through November 30th. Being prepared for a disaster is a year-round commitment. Download the Ready Harris app to create a personalized emergency plan and go to www.readyharris.org to sign up for emergency alerts. 

 

Where you can learn more:

 

Twitter • Facebook • ReadyHarris.org





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