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Chief Meteorologist Tim Heller says the primary concern with the storms will be damaging winds and brief tornadoes. A few of the storms could bring small hail. Heavy rain could cause some minor street flooding.
14 flights being diverted from IAH to other airports due to severe weather. Please contact airline for detailed info. #fly2houston— Houston Bush Airport (@iah) March 29, 2017
Additional storms are possible through the afternoon. The threat of severe weather should end around 6 p.m.
Sky getting darker on western horizon as squall line approaches. Small hail, 40 mph winds, brief funnels possible. pic.twitter.com/jVrC2qFbkn— Travis Herzog (@TravisABC13) March 29, 2017
The storms are part of a large weather complex that will produce severe weather from the Gulf Coast into the Missouri Valley throughout the day on Wednesday.
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