Thunderstorms winding down, rain continues through night
Thunderstorms move through the Houston area
The thunderstorms are winding down but now we're dealing with both the storms from the north and south smashing into each other across much of the Houston metro area. Expect widespread moderate to heavy rain for the next 1-2 hours with an additional 1-3" of rain falling.
Some street flooding has occurred and much of Houston down to Hobby Airport west to Sugar Land areas were under flash flood warnings until 8:15 p.m.
Rain will eventually slow down after 9-10pm tonight and we'll be quiet for the remainder of the night through early Sunday morning.
Showers and thunderstorms will re-fire again tomorrow afternoon, however the coverage doesn't look to be as widespread as today. Highs will still be muggy and warm in the mid 80s. Some areas will see an additional 1-2" of rain.
As of 6:15 p.m., CenterPoint Energy is reporting 18,880 Customers without lights. Check your area here.
HIGH WATER LOCATIONS:
IH-10 EAST Westbound At LOCKWOOD DR - Right Shoulder,Right Lane,Entrance Ramp
IH-610 EAST LOOP Northbound At IH-10 EAST - Exit Ramp
IH-610 NORTH LOOP Westbound At IH-45 NORTH - Exit Ramp
IH-610 WEST LOOP Northbound At WESTPARK DR - 3 Frontage Road Lanes
IH-610 WEST LOOP Southbound At WESTPARK DR - 3 Frontage Road Lanes
WESTPARK TOLLWAY Eastbound At POST OAK - Exit Ramp