Special Coverage of Tropical Storm Edouard

Throughout Tuesday morning, as Tropical Storm Edouard came ashore, KUHF staff stationed across the region reported every half hour throughout the entire morning's broadcast. Below you can listen to each report.
12 pm, 5 August 2008: image of
speaker, click here for audioTropical Storm Edouard is weakening as it moves further inland. However, a flash flood warning is still in effect. Harris County was prepared for the worse and remained vigilant. And we have an update on airport travel

9:00 am, 5 August 2008: image of
speaker, click here for audioImpact Meteorologist Dave Gorham reports rainy and windy day ahead as the tropical storm moves north of Houston and east of Austin. Watch for wind conditions and flooding.

8:30 am, 5 August 2008 : image of
speaker, click here for audioWe bring the latest on the traveling storm. The eye is not quite apparent. Expecting winds to pick up. Most Houston areas are experiencing rain.

8:00 am, 5 August 2008: image of
speaker, click here for audioWe examine Tropical Storm Edouard's wind gusts from different locations.

7:30 am, 5 August 2008: image of
speaker, click here for audioHarris County is starting to feel Tropical Storm Edouard. We provide the updates from meteorologist Dave Gorham, Ed Mayberry in Galveston, Pat Hernandez at TranStar, and Jefferson County.

7:00 am, 5 August 2008: image of
speaker, click here for audioThe storm never made it to hurricane status, and is expected to travel along Highway 290 up to Austin. Ed Mayberry in Galveston brings us more. Also, we hear from Beaumont where the tropical storm hit landfall. And last, but not least, Pat Hernandez is live at Transtar with Mayor Bill White.

6:30 am, 5 August 2008: image of
speaker, click here for audioKingwood could be in the eye of the storm. Non-essential jobs should stay at home.

6:00 am, 5 August 2008: image of
speaker, click here for audioClick here to listen to weather updates on Tropical Storm Edouard at landfall in Jefferson County. We are still on a hurricane watch and expecting tropical storm conditions. We have Meteorologist Dave Gorham, Ed Mayberry in Galveston City Hall, Michael White Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator, and Harris County Judge Ed Emmett all with updates.

5:30 am, 5 August 2008: image of
speaker, click here for audio Storm is 100 miles east of Houston and paralleling the Gulf coast. Tropical storm watch is in effect.

5:00 am, 5 August 2008: image of
speaker, click here for audioThe storm is strengthening and about to hit landfall east of Galveston at Beaumont. Meteorologist Dave Gorham updates us.


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