A flood warning continues for the Trinity River in Liberty, according to the latest river forecast from the National Weather Service.

Liberty County Emergency Management Coordinator Tom Branch said his office doesn’t expect any major flooding issues, but said they would be monitoring the situation.

 

“Water may be over the road in riverfront subdivisions and residents are urged to use caution when driving on roadways near the river,” said Branch. “More rain is possible this afternoon and tonight. Additional rainfall in the region could create conditions that would warrant additional discharge from the Livingston Dam, and if this occurs, the river level forecast numbers may be adjusted upward.”

The weather service advised that as of 9:15 a.m. Tuesday, April 3, the Trinity River in Liberty was at 27.1 feet, with moderate flooding occurring and moderate flooding forecast. The river is expected to continue rising to nearly 27.3 feet by early Thursday afternoon. The Liberty flood stage is considered to be 26 feet.

The flood warning also continues for the Trinity River at Moss Bluff until further notice. As of Tuesday morning, the river was at 16.1 feet and is forecast to rise to nearly 16.4 feet by Thursday, April 5. The flood stage for the Moss Bluff area is 15 feet.