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HOUSTON — We’ve enjoyed a break from the rain for much of the work week with sunny skies and only a few clouds, but KHOU 11 Meteorologist Blake Mathews says that is about to change. And some of the weather could be severe.
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- Tornado Warning for Brazos and Madison counties until 12 p.m.
- Tornado Watch for Brazos, Grimes, Montgomery, Polk, San Jacinto and Walker County until 7:00 p.m.
- There’s a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for Grimes, Madison, Walker, Austin, Washington, Brazos, Trinity and Colorado County until 3 p.m.
Saturday – The Storm Prediction Center has placed all of southeast Texas, including Houston, in a very ‘Slight Risk’ of severe weather on Saturday. If you are traveling to the northeast of Houston, however, you’ll have a better chance of seeing severe weather. Tornadoes are possible in east and northeast Texas and into Louisiana.
Back here in the immediate Houston area, severe conditions are not expected but there is a 70 percent rain chance with a high of 80 degrees. Storms and small hail are possible, especially northeast into Livingston. There’s a rain chance in the morning with a chance for storms between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Clearer conditions move in for the evening hours.
Sunday – The good news is we will have really nice weather on Sunday. Sunny skies and winds out of the northwest = lower humidity. High of 70 degrees. Early-morning temps in the low-50s.
Monday – Sunny conditions continue, about 10 degrees warmer than Sunday.
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