HOUSTON — High water is possible in flood-prone areas as heavy rainfall continues in Southeast Texas for the next few days, according to KHOU 11 News Meteorologist Brooks Garner.
A flood advisory has been issued for Brazos, Madison, Grimes and Burleson Counties due to rainfall rates of up to 2 inches per hour.
There’s a 70-percent chance for rain Wednesday and Thursday.
“A lot of today’s rain will take a break again tonight, but then tomorrow morning all bets are off,” said Garner. “Storms could star to redevelop Thursday morning and again carry over into the afternoon.”
On Friday there’s a 60-percent chance for rain as tropical moisture continues to move in off the Gulf.
This weekend the rain will become more scattered before finally clearing out for the start of our next workweek.
Next week the skies clear and our daytime temps get back to where they should be – in the mid-90s.
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