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HOUSTON — A strong line of storms is moving through southeast Texas right now.
A tornado watch is in effect for southeast Texas until 4 a.m.
There were reports of damage early Saturday morning, including at a Chevron gas station on West Orem Drive at Buffalo Speedway on Houston’s south side.
Severe weather, including damaging winds and hail, was possible from Texas into Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Tennessee late Friday into the very early-morning hours Saturday.
After the storms roll through, we are in for nicer conditions the rest of the weekend but with colder temperatures.
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WHAT DOES THE REST OF THE WEEKEND LOOK LIKE?
The rain clears out before sunrise Saturday, leaving us with a nice (but cold) weekend. Our temps will go from a high of 80 degrees Friday to not even getting out of the 50s on Saturday. Sunday morning we’ll be in the 30s before sunrise before ‘warming up’ to a high of 60.
7-day forecast for Houston as of 6 a.m. Jan 10 2020
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With this being our first experience of severe weather for 2020, we might be a little rusty in with what to do, and where to go when severe storms come our way. Make sure to have multiple ways of getting the vital information, such as social media, your tv, and of course, the KHOU11 app. And if you are out and about, since it is a Friday night, make sure to have multiple ways of getting to safety.