Flash Flood Watch issued for Houston and parts of Southeast Texas through 3 p.m.

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Meteorologist Travis Herzog has the latest on a flash flood watch through 3 p.m. Wednesday. (KTRK)

2-4" of rain possible in most areas over the next two days
A Flash Flood Watch has been issued for Houston and parts of Southeast Texas through 3 p.m.

Scattered showers and thunderstorms are likely through the morning and into the middle parts of the day. Meteorologists Travis Herzog and Collin Myers say 2-4" of rain is possible across the region, with some spots seeing locally higher amounts.

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ABC13's Jeff Ehling is live on the roads checking on conditions as rain moves through the area.

A few strong thunderstorms also cannot be ruled out. Things should start to wind down after the early-mid afternoon.

The rain could be heavy enough to cause some isolated street flooding, but bayou flooding is not expected at this time.

Another weather system blowing through Texas this weekend will bring us another chance of rain both Saturday and Sunday. The rain looks to hold off until after the Rodeo Parade, and it will still feel like spring outside.

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