Soaking rain and isolated storms across the area

Drivers urged to use caution on the roads as showers continue to move through the area today

July 17, 2013 10:08:39 AM PDT
Scattered rain and storms will bring periods of heavy rain, dangerous lightning and gusty winds to southeast Texas through this evening.

There are no severe weather issues, but drivers are cautioned to be on the lookout for possible street flooding, and to be aware of the slick streets.

Earlier this morning, heavy rains on the east side dropped about two inches in Baytown and Pasadena, bringing some slight street flooding during rush hour. Most of those waters have drained off now.

Most of the area begins to dry out tonight. Only isolated storms are possible on Thursday, with a few more scattered rain showers and storms Friday and Saturday.

The tropics remain relatively quiet, with no significant development expected in the next few days.

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