GALLERY: High water in Pearland, Friendswood caused by Tropical Storm Beta

High water was seen around the Pearland and Friendswood area Tuesday. (Courtesy Stephanie Rodgers Waddell)
High water was seen around the Pearland and Friendswood area Tuesday. (Courtesy Stephanie Rodgers Waddell)

High water was seen around the Pearland and Friendswood area Tuesday. (Courtesy Stephanie Rodgers Waddell)

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Mary's Creek received water at FM 2351 in Friendswood. (Courtesy city of Friendswood)
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Friendswood saw high water at the bridge over West Castlewood Avenue. (Courtesy city of Friendswood)
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Friendswood saw high water in the Polly Ranch subdivision. (Courtesy a Friendswood resident)
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Friendswood saw high water in the Polly Ranch subdivision. (Courtesy a Friendswood resident)
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High water was seen around the Pearland and Friendswood area Tuesday. (Courtesy Stephanie Rodgers Waddell)
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There was high water in Clear Creek at Friendswood Link Road on Tuesday. (Courtesy city of Friendswood)
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Friendswood saw high water in the Polly Ranch subdivision. (Courtesy a Friendswood resident)
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High water was seen in Mary's Creek at FM 2351. (Courtesy city of Friendswood)
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High water was seen around the Pearland and Friendswood area Tuesday. (Courtesy Stephanie Rodgers Waddell)
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High water was seen around the Pearland and Friendswood area Tuesday. (Courtesy Stephanie Rodgers Waddell)
Tropical Storm Beta dropped several inches of rain over Pearland, Friendswood and Brookside Village on Monday and Tuesday. While the storm has passed over the South Houston area, here are some photos sent to Community Impact Newspaper of the high water during the course of the storm.
By Haley Morrison
Haley Morrison came to Community Impact Newspaper in 2017 after graduating from Baylor University. She was promoted to editor in February 2019. Haley primarily covers city government.


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