A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for all of southeast Texas Saturday.
This morning, the storm system is bringing rain to most of our area, including Houston with some isolated heavy downpours.
The storm system along with deep Gulf moisture is triggering the showers and storms for us.
We are expecting a wet Saturday with rain throughout the day, so keep your umbrellas and rain jackets handy. You might even want to bring a poncho to the Bayou Bucket Classic at Reliant Stadium today as the UH Cougars take on the Rice University Owls.
Rain totals are expected to reach anywhere from 1-4 inches with some isolated 5-6 inch totals.
Parts of Jackson and Matagorda counties saw more than an inch and a half of rain this morning, which is why the National Weather Service issued a Areal Flood Advisory for those areas this morning. Small stream flooding is possible.
Temperatures will stay in the 70s with afternoon highs topping out in the upper 70s with overcast skies, because of the rain today.
Sunday could start off wet with a few lingering showers, but the rest of the day looks nice and dry with highs in the low 80s.