As of the 10:30am conference call. We will update if necessary but at this time the main threat is south central Louisiana.
Hurricane Hunter Aircraft have determined the system has strengthened to Tropical Storm Barry.
The forecast track has shifted to the east since yesterday. The error cone however, still covers most of southwest Louisiana and central Louisiana and all of south central Louisiana.
A Hurricane Watch continues for Cameron, Vermilion, Iberia, and St. Mary Parishes.
A Flash Flood Watch continues for Avoyelles, St. Landry, Lafayette, St. Martin, Vermilion, Iberia, and St. Mary Parishes.
A Storm Surge Watch continues for Vermilion, Iberia, and St. Mary Parishes. ... See MoreSee Less
4:30pm update from the NWS Lake Charles. Not much has changed from this morning's conference call. The official forecast track shifted a little further east into Louisiana but their confidence level on landfall remains low. The cone of uncertainty still extends to Galveston on the west. They should have a better fix on landfall location tomorrow. We will update after the 10:30am conference call. ... See MoreSee Less
Port Neches Police Dept shared a post.
1 month ago
Here are the latest watches across the region and the expected rainfall totals and surge for potential tropical cyclone #2. ... See MoreSee Less
This is information from the 10:30am conference call from the US National Weather Service Lake Charles. We will update after the 4:30am conference call. The City of Port Neches is advising residents to take steps to secure their properties, such as removing objects that could become blowing debris, making sure ditches and culverts are clean, etc. We will pass on the latest information as soon as it is available. If you need any assistance please let us know. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you Paul Lemoine!
Help out and check on your neighbors especially the elderly
Thanks chief just come by if you need any help
We need to all look and see what we can do to help ourselves and this in turn will gelo all of us. Mow your grass so the ditches can flow. Pick up chairs and other junk and trash that can end up in the ditches
Thanks Kati. FYI this is Craig’s annual beach weekend with the kids and grandkids. They are leaving for Crystal Beach tomorrow. After getting this info, maybe they’ll decide against it.
Possibly ditches could hurry up and be cleaned out. Been asking for 2 years!
Chance Martin we need to do something with the trampoline so it doesn't take the neighbor's fence out again 😬
Do we need to evacuate
Gavin Victoria Sr.
Baylee Billiot I can almost promise Brandon isn’t going to leave me here to deal with this on my own 😅
Lisa Garner Spencer
Katie Rose Trim
Brittny Nicole Tice
8 months ago
The City of Port Neches will have dumpsters available at the City Service center, 2005 Merriman Street, on December 25th and 26th, for use by City utility customers for excess Christmas packaging. Please place all materials in the dumpsters ... See MoreSee Less
There is a dead hog at the boat ramp in the park.
Great!! Thank you!!’
Kelsey Espinosa Thibodeaux Adam Thibodeaux
Robert Webb Geri Doucet Smith
Awesome!! Thank you!
Tina Garcia Carrie Queen
Give a big Shout out to Gb Dumpsters! Show him some love guys!
Maranda N Corey Block
Lori Leblanc Wages
Risa Ross Hill Carol Juneau
Awesome! Thank you!
What about Monday.. regular schedule
11 months ago
On the morning of 10/4/18, at approximately 1:00am, officers with the Port Neches Police Department were dispatched to the 600 block of Birchwood in reference to a burglary of a vehicle in progress. The caller advised there were several subjects on foot checking vehicles in the neighborhood. Upon arrival, Officer Goodwin observed a white passenger car leaving the area. The car was found to have several backpacks and tools in plain view in the back seat. The driver later confessed to breaking into several vehicles with two other subjects. Officers from Port Neches, Nederland and Groves assisted in setting up a perimeter and a second subject was apprehended at Twin City and Jimmy Johnson Blvd. Both subjects were arrested for Burglary of a Vehicle and taken to the Jefferson County Jail. The third suspect has not yet been identified and Detectives are investigating leads. If you are missing property from your vehicle, please contact Detective Thompson at the Port Neches Police Department, 409-722-1424, as we have property yet to be claimed. ... See MoreSee Less
PNPD is a #1. Thank you. Thank you.
💙 thanks pnpd and the assistance from other pds 💙
👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 hopefully that was the same people in my neighborhood
So proud of you Mark Goodwin!!!!
Way to go Mark!!! And all police officers doing their job to protect and serve... you are all appreciated!!!
Thank you Port Neches PD and to those who got involved.
Fantastic job!! Thank all of you so much for protecting us!!
Thank you for your service
One crime drugged up creeper at a time !!!! Way to go PNPD!!
Great work PNPD and Groves and Nederland PD.
Thank you for your quick response...awesome job!
Thanks for your help and support you do a great job
That has been going on for a while now, I’m glad they caught them!
Thank you PNPD and Nederland PD for protecting us!!
Thank you so much for all you do everyday!! Awesome work you guys do!!!
Well done Blue!!!💙💙💙💙💙💙
No wonder my little dog was barking and growling at front door Last night! Thank you PNPD!
👏👏👏Good Job PNPD 👍👍👍
Great job to Nederland, Port Neches and Groves PD. Keep up the good work.
Thanks for the work that you do, PNPD!
Thanks for getting them!
Tonight is the night!! Hope to see you there. ... See MoreSee Less
Mark your Calendars for next Tuesday, October 2nd. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs for a great night out at Port Neches Park for the Annual National Night Out!! ... See MoreSee Less
7am updateAs of 7 am Tuesday, the National Hurricane Center continues a medium (60%) chance for tropical development on a system expected to cross the Yucatan Peninsula into the Gulf of Mexico today and tomorrow. This system is expected to reach south Texas late this week or weekend.
What that means for us is above normal rain chances this entire week. Between 2 to 6 inches of rain with locally higher amounts is expected, with the highest values in southeast Texas and southwest Louisiana. In addition, tides will run a foot above normal which could cause some minor coastal flooding during periods of high tide.
The other three systems in the Atlantic, Florence, Isaac, and Helene, are not going to impact our weather over the next week.
Roger ... See MoreSee Less
Donna LaFleur Hatcher
Our drainage ditches need serious attention
This is terrible we can’t handle anymore
As of 7 am Monday, the National Hurricane Center has increased the chances for a tropical depression to form in the western Gulf of Mexico to a medium (40%) chance - mainly in the Wednesday through Friday time frame. A tropical wave will move across the Yucatan the next couple of days before entering the southern Gulf of Mexico as it heads west towards Texas.
The main weather feature for us is a distinct heavy rain pattern for this entire work week. especially in southeast Texas and southwest Louisiana where as much as 5 to 7 inches of rain is expected this week. Locally higher amounts are possible. In addition, tides will run a foot above normal this week, which may cause some minor coastal flooding during high tide.
Elsewhere in the Atlantic, three hurricanes - Florence, Isaac, and Helene, pose no risk to our region over the next week.
Roger ... See MoreSee Less