Houston is about to get a cold and a spell but first must get through a few days of rain. The rain was stated from Friday morning in some parts of the Houston region and along with that it starts a warm front hangs around and along with a cold front approaches. In an afternoon it will bring new bands of storms on to the Harris County and there should form a stall over the coastal counties on that evening and on according to the National Weather Service.
Temperature and the weather
The storms could bring heavy winds and a small hail and localized street flooding to the areas. Rainfall levels could reach up to 2 to 4 inches, with some areas possibly experiencing up to 4 to 6 inches. Temperature will stay around to be at the range of 70s 60s. The Rain will be temporarily minis from Friday evening onwards but it will return by early Saturday and continue late throughout the night. Flash flooding will be possible on Saturday and the low will be held in the 50s.
The rain and thunderstorms are expected to be ended by early Sunday morning when the cold front blows in. Highs will be in the 50s and 60s for most of the weeks and in some areas that could reach lows up to the 30s and 40s according to the NWS. In the north area of I-10 had corridor their temperature that could drop below and freezing by Tuesday morning, according to the NWS. As of on Friday morning no flood was watches are at the effect.
Temperatures is getting dropped
The temperature was getting low on Saturday will feature widespread and showers off on the throughout the day as temperatures drop from the 60s into the 50s. It will be too cool and it will stable for the severe of the weather but the street and the flooding that is still to be possible for Saturday along with rumbles of thunder. On adding to that it has 1 3rd of rain is likely throughout the Sunday morning with the highest accumulations of generally and the south of I-10. It has been dried for the last two months and the creeks and the bayous and also the rivers that should be able to handle this kind of rain. It is the street drainage that could get overwhelmed and cause ponding on the roadways. We expect the rain to taper off around the sunrise on Sunday as the temperatures has drop toward 50 degrees.