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The Greater Houston area can expect heavy rain and possible river flooding through the end of this week, meteorologists say.
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A storm system expected to bring several inches of rain over the next few days will likely push rivers and streams in the surrounding counties into flood stage, according to the National Weather Service. Those rivers and streams are not predicted to reach major flooding stages.
And starting Monday night, the National Weather Service predicts that there is between a 40 and 60 percent chance for thunderstorms for the Houston area. That report also expects the storms to continue through the weekend.
Temperatures are predicted to range between the low 70s and mid to upper 80s, NWS says.
You can see which rivers and streams are expected to flood in the coming days here.
Some areas in and around the city have shown to be more susceptible to flooding than others.
Above, you can click through to see which areas in Houston streets saw the most flood incidents in 2018, according to data collected by the City of Houston eGovernment Center.
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