Expect to see a very active weather pattern in the Houston area on Father's Day and into the overnight hours.

A line of storms took shape in the afternoon and areas north of the city saw heavy rain.

There is a severe thunderstorm watch for our western and southwestern counties. The strong storms are likely between 10 p.m. and 3 a.m.

A flash flood watch was issued for almost all of southeast Texas until Monday at 7 a.m. 

On Monday, rain coming from west of College Station will hit early in the morning. That pushes into Houston around 3:30 a.m., so you'll likely wake up to some rain. 

The storms should slowly begin to work their way off to the east by 6 a.m. Around an inch of rain is expected.

We have rain chances through Wednesday. Summer officially starts Friday and it's going to feel like it. The high temperature is 96 degrees. 

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