Torrential rain and one or two gusty thunderstorms are potential as a chilly entrance approaches the area Thursday.
HOUSTON — You’re going to need to take note of the forecast over the following a number of days as a entrance is expected to push a line of sturdy thunderstorms by the Houston area tomorrow.
The chilly entrance’s interplay with the recent and humid air mass in place will produce widespread storms and downpours, doubtlessly with gusty winds. Rainfall totals could also be grand in some places, topping a couple of inches because the entrance rolls by after which stalls to our south.
Timeline of Thursday thunderstorms
THURSDAY MORNING: Most areas begin dry… a couple of showers cannot be dominated out north of I-10.
12PM: Showers and thunderstorms will probably be creating alongside the boundary in our northern cities and counties presently.
2PM: The line of thunderstorms will slide farther south doubtlessly reaching northern Harris county at this level.
4PM: The line of thunderstorms continues to push south, reaching the I-10 hall.
6PM: The line pushes south of I-10… regular rain nonetheless falling alongside the I-10 hall.
9PM: Most storms push offshore, showers linger.
The line of storms may produce as much as 3 inches of rain in some areas, which may result in avenue flooding. In addition to the rain, count on numerous lightning.
Strong to extreme storms are potential as the road arrives, just like what we noticed final week.
Wind gusts may attain 40 to 50 mph in spots.
It’s not a powerful setup for tornadoes. However, an remoted twister isn’t out of the question
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