Our soggy weather has forced several communities to cancel their 4th of July festivities. Here's a list of the ones we've heard from:
- The Freedom Over Texas concerts have been canceled because of the severe weather. The fireworks show will go on as planned but no one is allowed on site. You can watch the fireworks from home or nearby neighborhoods.
- Fireworks show at Splashtown has been canceled.
The Independence Day Parade and concert at the Bay Street Park have been canceled due to weather. You can join in for the fireworks show at dusk.
The 4th of July festival and parade in Bellaire have been canceled.
The 3rd Annual 4th of July Festival in Galena Park has been canceled.
FORECAST: Rain should clear in time for fireworks
The 4th of July celebration at the Katy Fire Station and Heritage Park has been CANCELED. The City of Katy Office of Emergency Management posted a notice on Tuesday saying the events have been canceled due to heavy rain that is expected Wednesday afternoon. The office said the fireworks show is still on however since the bad weather should move out by the evening hours. The fireworks show will take place at the Katy Mills mall at 9 p.m.
Due to weather conditions, the 4 of July Parade scheduled for 9am has been canceled. The fireworks display for this evening is still scheduled to take place.
Due to inclement weather, Missouri City Emergency Management Officials have cancelled the 2018 Fourth of July Celebration festivities. The Annual Fireworks Show in
The Family Fourth event in Rosenberg has been canceled. The free fireworks show will be postponed until Thursday, Sept. 27 during Fort Bend County Fair week.
The annual Seabrook Kids Parade has canceled. It was scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon. It will not be rescheduled.
The City of Tomball has canceled the annual July 4th Celebration & Street Festival.
The 43rd Annual South Montgomery County 4th of July Parade in The Woodlands will not be held. “We realize this is a disappointment for everyone involved; however, we would rather err on the side of caution than put anyone in harm. This is the first parade in over two decades that has been canceled” said Kelly Dietrich, President of the South County 4th of July Committee.
The 21st Annual Red, Hot & Blue Festival has been cancelled at all locations. The Fireworks Extravaganza has been reduced to two launch locations due to recent heavy rainfall amounts that compromised the launch sites. The Woodlands Township staff is working closely with its contracted fireworks vendor to ensure the main show on Lake Woodlands and Rob Fleming Park are able to continue as scheduled at approximately 9:30 p.m.
Check back for updates throughout the day.