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The slow moving rain band associated with Tropical Depression Imelda is now pushing south into the Houston area. This band has brought training heavy rain and storms with life threatening flooding across Beaumont, Chambers County and Liberty County.Northeast Harris County is now in the main flash flooding threat.
The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Warning for parts of southwestern Montgomery County and Northwestern Harris County until 12:15 PM.
A Flash Flood Watch continues for all of the Houston area until 7 p.m. Thursday as our grounds are very saturated.
Houston has an 70 percent rain chance Thursday, mostly earlier in the day. Rain chances start to diminish later in the evening and overnight in Friday.
7-day for Thursday, Sept. 19, 2019
Friday there’s still a 40 percent rain chance.
This weekend temps in the 90s return with some sunshine and a 20 percent rain chance.
HOUSTON RADAR: Imelda weakens to a depression
WEATHER RADAR: Track rain & storms across Texas
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