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Houston is in for another day of heavy precipitation Tuesday after storms dumped nearly three inches of rain across the area Monday.
A series of thunderstorms are making their way across Texas on Tuesday morning, bringing with them a marginal risk of flash flooding for much of Greater Houston throughout the day, including possible street flooding. That initial line of storms might weaken before it hits Houston, but more storms could develop as the day goes on, according to the National Weather Service.
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High temperatures Tuesday are predicted in the low 90s, although temperatures for the rest of the week will struggle to break 90 degrees, meteorologists said.
Storms are more likely Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, with up to a 90 percent chance of showers in Houston starting at midnight.
This rainy weather will last for the rest of the week until a Saharan dust cloud descends on the city this weekend, bringing rain chances down.
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