HOUSTON (KTRK) --The Harris County Flood Control District's Flood Watch is reporting water levels in bayous and creeks all day Wednesday.
A National Weather Service Flood Warning is in effect until 4:15pm for Harris, Fort Bend and Wharton counties.
Storm water levels in most bayous continue to fall with a midday break in the rain, following widespread rain totals of between 2-7 inches over the last 12 hours across all but far southeast Harris County.
Watersheds in the northwest portion of Harris County continue to slowly rise as upstream run-off arrives into upper Spring Creek and upper Cypress Creek from outside Harris County.
It will take some time for roadways to drain due to the large volumes of water.
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Here are the latest reports of high water:
Brays Bayou and Keegans Bayou are within banks, have crested and are falling at all gage locations.
Hunting Bayou is near top of bank at Lockwood Drive, with street flooding, but beginning to slowly fall across the entire watershed.
Upper Spring Creek is overbanks at Hegar Road and rising slowly, with main impacts to low-lying roads crossing the creek.
Upper Cypress Creek is within banks, but rising slowly; no flooding expected.
Little Cypress Creek is at bankfull level near Becker Road and rising slowly, in banks along the rest of the channel.
Greens Bayou has crested and is beginning to fall.
Buffalo Bayou has crested and is slowly receding.
White Oak Bayou has crested and is receding at all locations.
South Mayde Creek has crested and is falling.
Far southeast Harris County saw relatively little to no rain.
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An additional round of scattered showers and thunderstorms are approaching from the west.
Residents are encouraged to report house flooding to the Flood Control District by calling at 713-684-4000.
Stay with ABC13 as rainfall continues to shift eastward out of Harris County.