Here's what roads remain impassable in Tomball, Magnolia on Monday morning

Some roads have cleared within the city of Tomball. However, several roads remain flooded in both Tomball and Magnolia on Monday morning.

Some roads have cleared within the city of Tomball. However, several roads remain flooded in both Tomball and Magnolia on Monday morning.

Although travel is not advised, here are the roads that remain impassable in Tomball and Magnolia, according to local officials.

According to a statement, several roadways within the city of Tomball are flooded as of 7:30 a.m. Monday.

  • Agg Road at South Persimmon Street

  • Hwy. 249 at Spring Creek

  • FM 2920 between Calvert and Telge roads

  • Flax Court

  • Holderrieth Road at Hwy. 249

  • Holderrieth Road at South Cherry Street

  • 22300 block of Hufsmith-Kohrville Road

  • 800-900 blocks of Lizzie Lane

  • FM 2978 at Spring Creek

  • 400 block of South Magnolia Street

  • 1100 block of South Persimmon Street

  • Hwy. 249 northbound feeder at Holderrieth Road

  • FM 2920 at FM 2978

In Magnolia, water continues to cover several roadways, according to the Montgomery County Office of Emergency Management.

  • Glenmont Estates Boulevard at Rose Circle

  • Glenmont Estates Boulevard at Brush Creek

  • Glenmont Estates at Ann Circle

  • Nichols Sawmill Road at Winding Creek Lane

  • Indigo Lake Drive at Nichols Sawmill Road

  • Nichols Sawmill Road between Lakefield Boulevard and Forest Ridge Drive

  • Nichols Sawmill Road at Connie Avenue

  • Nichols Sawmill Road at Country Place Road

  • Baneberry Road at Bob Link Street

  • Sanders Cemetery Road at Spring Creek

  • Roberts Cemetery Road at Crooked Creek Road

  • 16400 block of Butera Road

  • Silver Spur at Dogwood Trail

  • Decker Prairie-Rosehill Road at Fawnwood Lane

  • Decker Prairie-Rosehill Road at Harris-Montgomery county line

  • Hwy. 249 at Decker Prairie-Rosehill Road (right lane)

  • West Rollingwood Street at Hwy. 249 southbound

  • Hwy. 249 southbound from Decker Prairie Road to Spring Creek

  • Hwy. 249 north of FM 149

  • Walnut Creek Road at Stagecoach Road

  • Stagecoach Road at Walnut Creek

  • 16800 Boothill Road

  • 25600 block of Magnolia Pines Drive

  • Wright Road north of Noack Road

  • 41000 block of FM 1774

  • 43000 block of FM 1774

  • Oak Crossing at FM 1774

  • FM 1774 east of FM 1486

  • 1500 block of FM 1486

  • Melton Street between FM 1488 and Buddy Riley Boulevard

  • Peden Road

  • Magnolia Pines Drive at Alford Road

  • 26800 block of Dobbin Hufsmith Road

  • Butera Road at Walnut Creek

  • FM 149 at Magnolia Hills Drive

  • 36550 FM 149 (bridge)

  • FM 1488 at Mostyn Drive

  • FM 1488 at FM 149 (passable for larger vehicles only)

  • FM 1488 at Mill Creek Road

  • 26200 block of Hardin Store Road

By Anna Lotz

Anna joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in May 2016 after graduating with a degree in journalism from Cedarville University in Cedarville, Ohio. In July 2017, she transitioned to editor. Anna covers education, local government, transportation, business, real estate development and nonprofits in the Tomball and Magnolia communities. Prior to CI, Anna served as editor-in-chief of Cedars, interned with the National Journalism Center in Washington, D.C., and spent time writing for the Springfield News-Sun and Xenia Daily Gazette.


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