Storms developing across Houston, should persist into the early evening

As the sea breeze and a weak front collide over Houston we’re starting to see widespread development of showers and thunderstorms over the metro area. It appears that storms between 2:30 and 4:30pm CT will probably be heaviest for the central and northern parts of Harris County.

A flood advisory has been issued for the following areas until 4:30pm CT:

Area of flood advisory in effect until 4:30pm CT. (National Weather Service)

Area of flood advisory in effect until 4:30pm CT. (National Weather Service)

These storms will be capable of producing moderate to heavy rainfall with the potential to flood some low-lying streets. However we do not expect these storms to produce widespread flooding. Strong wind gusts and lightning are also a threat. These storms will probably die out for good by, or shortly before sunset.

2 thoughts on “Storms developing across Houston, should persist into the early evening

  1. Lee

    I was really hoping for rain but despite the radar being red and purple, all we got was a little drizzle…not even enough to get under the trees wet. I have a nerve seen the radar like that with all the thunder, wind, etc and no measurable rainfall! Definitely feel cheated! We need the rain badly here Kingwood Drive and hwy 59 area. Sigh…..

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