More heavy storms could bring flooding to Houston area

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Meteorologist Casey Curry explains what we can expect for the rest of the week.

Most of southeast Texas is getting a break from the heavy rain and storms right now. We could see some storms redevelop across our area later this afternoon once the atmosphere has a chance to recover from our overnight storms. Periods of heavy rain is our biggest concern today, as the ground is already saturated in some locations. Street flooding is a possibility with some of the heavier storms, so take it slow on the roads.

Scattered, potentially heavy, mainly afternoon storms are expected each and every day this week so it appears a rainy weather pattern is upon us. That means a potential for street flooding all week long as the rainfall totals add up.



When it's not raining it will still be hot, so stay well hydrated and know the signs of heat stress since our bodies aren't yet acclimated to this kind of heat.

If dark clouds start moving your way, check the radar on the free AccuWeather App.

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