Flood Watch expanded to include Harris County as heavy rain continues

Sunday, January 29, 2023 4:28PM
Flood Watch expanded to include Harris County as heavy rain continues
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We have rain chances today at 80%, with scattered showers and storms through the afternoon, tapering off this evening.

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Our active weather continues, and the Flash Flood Watch has been expanded into Harris County, set to expire at 6PM.

How wet will Sunday be?

We have rain chances today at 80%, with scattered showers and storms through the afternoon, tapering off this evening. Some areas could quickly pick up more than two inches of rain, and a Flash Flood Watch has been issued for Harris, Chambers and Liberty County.

Any chance for severe weather or flooding?

The chance for a severe storm on Sunday is low, but if it does happen the main threat will be damaging winds. The more likely issue would be a chance for street flooding with a few storms.

Is more cold weather coming with a cold front Sunday evening?

Monday's temperatures may stay in the 50s most of the day in some areas. Clouds and some showers will help keep temperatures down. Tuesday may be stuck in the 40s and low 50s most of the daytime with more clouds and showers. We'll stay cool and wet through Thursday, and sunshine may not break through the clouds until Friday.

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