ONE MINUTE WEATHER: Rain returns as tropical moisture surges into Houston

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Another weak cool front brings more rain this week

Tropical moisture is surging back in from the Gulf today. Scattered heavy downpours are pushing inland this morning and will impact Houston as we head into the afternoon. Tropical funnels and waterspouts are possible along and near the upper Texas coastline.

A weak cool front will slide into southeast Texas on Wednesday. Showers and thunderstorms are likely, especially during the afternoon and evening hours. The rain could be heavy enough to cause minor street flooding during the downpours.


An Eyewitness News viewer sent us video of a waterspout she spotted along the seawall in Galveston.

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Waterspout spotted near Galveston



There won't be any dry air behind this cool front. Moisture blowing overhead from the Pacific will keep the sky cloudy over Houston and keep a chance of rain in the forecast every day through the weekend.

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