The KHOU 11 Weather Team stated the heaviest rain is expected early Tuesday, which might affect your morning commute.
HOUSTON — Another spherical of extreme climate is probably going throughout the Houston space early Tuesday morning.
The heaviest of the rain and biggest flooding potential will probably come throughout the Tuesday morning commute and will probably final into the early afternoon.
Active climate alerts
- Bush Intercontinental and Hobby airports are each under a ground stop till 4:15 p.m. Monday as a result of thunderstorms.
- Flood watch issued for Washington, Grimes, Walker, San Jacinto, and Polk counties via Tuesday.
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Timeline of extreme climate
11 p.m.: A line of thunderstorms, some that could be on the stronger aspect, tries to nudge into our northwestern counties. Models present this line of storms weakening and fracturing, bringing solely remoted showers at this level.
5 a.m.: The boundary settles into the Houston space and can start to set off storms.
7 a.m.: Storms proceed to build with heavy downpours slowly shifting alongside the boundary. Morning commuters will probably be impacted by this spherical of rain.
9 a.m.: Downpours proceed and look to affect most areas south of I-10.
Here is a take a look at the potential flooding affect of Tuesday’s extreme climate:
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