High water, trees down after Halloween storms move through area

Published On: Dec 24 2013 01:05:30 PM CST   Updated On: Oct 31 2013 10:38:39 PM CDT

The rain Thursday was non-stop for hours and widespread. There really wasn't an area that was spared by this line of storms.

To the north, the high water was more than just an inconvenience. At least one driver needed help getting out. On the south side of town, more drivers going through flooded streets.  The high water on these roads wasn't slowing drivers down.

On the east side, big trucks made big waves on the freeways. And to the west, bayous and waterways filled up fast and more drivers had to pass through high water.

The weather also brought power outages to some areas and put a damper on some folks' Halloween plans. It will be a muddy night for the trick-or-treaters.

The Flash Flood Watch for southeast Texas expired at 4pm.

The flooding and severe weather threat moved out with the front in the evening.  All of the rain began moving out from west to east staring at 6pm.

Earlier Thursday, Houston TranStar reported several freeways with high water throughout the Houston area:

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Officials with the Harris County Flood Control District said bayous and creeks that are near top of banks include (as of 2:30pm):

Minor flooding is occurring at these locations, but no homes are threatened.

The following channels continue to rise as stormwater drains into them: 

The following channels have crested and are falling: 

Both of Houston's airports  reported 15-30 minute delays earlier Thursday. Check Bush and Hobby flight delays here.

Due to heavy rains earlier, several streets experienced high water near the University of Houston campus. Authorities asked drivers to limit traveling through the area and exercise caution on all roadways.

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