43ºF

Line of storms push through; muggy afternoon ahead

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Strong storms are clearing the coast. Wind damage and power outage reports are streaming in from the early Wednesday morning severe weather.

Rainfall totals have been between 0.5 and 1 inch and flooding is not a concern.

Wednesday afternoon will be warm in the mid 80s with partly cloudy skies.

Strong storms are also expected Saturday afternoon and evening.

@KPRCBritta getting hit pretty good here in Clear Lake. pic.twitter.com/LnjIsaaJA4

— Gina Reed (@ginareed38) April 27, 2016

Traffic is messy all over greater Houston and delays from high water spots and multiple accidents should be expected on your morning commute.

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