A few showers remain after an active night, expect another round of storms later today

Strong storms and ozone to impact southeast Texas Sunday
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Storm chances return late Saturday and climb even more Sunday.

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- After a busy night with storms rumbling through Southeast Texas overnight, we are off to a mostly dry and quiet Sunday. Those overnight storms brought strong winds with gusts over 50mph to much of the area, and the National Weather Service is reporting numerous trees down throughout Grimes county, and widespread branches down around Magnolia. Today is a much better start, but there's still widespread clouds and a few lingering showers early today, but the atmosphere should be able to recharge and recover to give us another round of rain and storms later today and tonight.

Sunday is also an Ozone Action Day.

How long will this rainy weather pattern stick around?

We are keeping rain chances at 60-70% Sunday through Tuesday as the low stays parked to our west. By Wednesday it begins to push eastward, so rain chances should slide down to 20% by Friday.

Now that it's hurricane season, is anything happening in the tropics?

Always! Formerly Tropical Storm Arlene is falling apart north of Cuba, we'll keep a watch for any other potential storms in the future. Tropical Update page.


Southeast Texas


Harris County

Galveston County

Montgomery/Walker/San Jacinto/Polk/Grimes Counties

Fort Bend/Wharton/Colorado Counties

Brazoria/Matagorda Counties

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