Heavy storms for Father's Day

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Our Eye on the Gulf team is monitor the first bands of rain coming onshore. ABC13's Collin Myers has your Sunday One Minute Weather.

Sunday Update, 12:00pm:
We're now seeing more widespread showers and storms across southeast Texas, some with brief heavy rainfall. There should be enough breaks in the rain to keep major problems from occurring. Winds will begin to gust over 25 mph especially near the coast this evening.

Collin Myers says the most intense rains look to develop Sunday night and Monday with washout potential. The rain could be heavy enough to cause street flooding, and while bayou flooding is not likely at this time, it cannot be ruled out until we see how the storms line up.

Steady, strong southeast winds will produce dangerous rip currents in the Gulf so swimming is not advised. Those winds may also pile up enough water for some minor coastal flooding along the Bolivar Peninsula.

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