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It’s possible, but not likely. If any storms do turn severe, quarter inch hail and wind gusts of 60 mph are the primary concerns. Because the storms will form and move along the stalled front, street flooding is possible where they heaviest rain falls.
How cool will it get behind the front?
We’ll catch one or two afternoons in the 70s with another big drop in the humidity. Temperatures will dip as low as the upper 50s Thursday and Friday mornings, especially north of Houston.
What about the weekend?
The muggy air rushes right back in for the weekend. Rain chances will stay low on Saturday at just 20%, but they double to 40% Sunday as deep moisture moves overhead. The weather pattern Sunday through much of next week will favor slow-moving, heavy thunderstorms that could lead to street flooding.
Montgomery/Walker/San Jacinto/Polk/Grimes Counties
Fort Bend/Wharton/Colorado Counties
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