TIMELINE: Flood advisory issued for SE Harris County

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Widespread rain and thunder are likely due to a trailing cold front. Strong to severe storms could push through this afternoon.

HOUSTON — It’s Thanksgiving and the main thing on most people’s minds — besides the turkey — is the weather.

A flood advisory was issued for southeast Harris County until 2:15 p.m.

In Houston, widespread rain and thunder are likely due to a trailing cold front and the weather pattern could last all day. 

The wet weather pattern could linger until Saturday, according to KHOU 11 News Chief Meteorologist David Paul.

The good news is temperatures are much milder on Thanksgiving Day, possibly reaching the 70s.

The H-E-B Thanksgiving Day Parade is still a go, but scattered thundershowers and lightning may put a damper on things. Any lighting within 10 miles of the parade will cause the parade to be canceled.

READ: 2022 H-E-B Thanksgiving Day Parade: What to expect this year


9 a.m.: Scattered showers and thunderstorms begin developing.

Noon: Rain and storms become more widespread.

Dinnertime: Rain continues along with isolated storms. Very heavy rainfall as well.

Follow the KHOU 11 Weather Team for the latest updates on the forecast:

Check interactive Houston-area radar