Southeast Texas Alerting Network


Traffic Conditions

ORANGE COUNTY: I10 westbound is currently closed near FM1442 due to a crash. Please use an alternate route.

Posted: 22 Nov

CLEVELAND – The outside lane of US59 northbound from SH105 to SL573 will be closed 7am-5pm for repairs. Expect delays.

Posted: 20 Nov

CLEVELAND: Crash on US59 southbound at the San Jacinto bridge. Expect delays

Posted: 19 Nov

We need your feedback! Give us your comments on the proposed SH105 improvement project. All comments must be receiv……

Posted: 19 Nov

BEAUMONT – I10 westbound at Brooks Rd will closed overnight, 10:30pm-5am, due to bridge work. Traffic will be diver……

Posted: 18 Nov

Traffic conditions are pulled from TxDOT Beaumont District’s Twitter account
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SE Texas Weather

High pressure across the area will bring mostly sunny skies today. The lack of clouds and light northerly winds wi……

Posted: 26 Nov

@NWSNewOrleans Hahaha, yep!!! I love the little things they have in there!

Posted: 26 Nov

The only way you are getting me outside is via a wheelbarrow because I'm stuffed! Bundle up because these post fron……

Posted: 26 Nov

Ignore my caterpillar looking turkey drawing. Happy thanksgiving! ~Chanelle

Posted: 25 Nov

@KALBtv5 Why can't I go for all of the above lol??

Posted: 25 Nov

Weather updates are pulled from National Weather Service - Lake Charles’ Twitter account
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