Flash Flood Watch: Here's how much rain you could get

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Flash Flood Watch: Here's how much rain you could get
HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — A Flash Flood Watch is now in effect for all of Southeast Texas until 7 a.m. Thursday. Additionally, a Flash Flood Warning is currently in effect from the northeast side of Houston into Chambers and Liberty Counties. The Flash Flood Warning in effect until 6:30 p.m. includes eastern Harris County as well.
Flash Flood Warnings and advisories are also popping up this afternoon as heavy rain falls from slow moving storms.

This evening we are expecting a round of thunderstorms to move towards the coast and drop a quick 1-3″ of rain that could flood streets.

Drivers should use caution on the roads as some area roadways have been reported as having high water.

Stay weather aware by downloading the ABC13 app to have the latest breaking news and weather alerts sent straight to your phone.Will Tuesday be as wet as Monday?
It’s certainly possible. Another disturbance will cross the area Tuesday morning. Another wave will move through Tuesday evening.

When will the heaviest rain fall?
The greatest concern for flooding from heavy rain will happen Wednesday afternoon and night. Street and creek flooding will be likely then. And we’ll really need to watch the bayous during that time since the heavy rain could fall for several hours..

When will rain chances come to an end?
Moisture will still be sticking around keeping rain chances in the forecast into the weekend. We should finally get a break on Sunday.

Southeast Texas
Harris County
Galveston County
Montgomery/Walker/San Jacinto/Polk/Grimes Counties
Fort Bend/Wharton/Colorado Counties
Brazoria/Matagorda Counties
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