Flood Warning issued for 2 counties as storms move through Houston area

HOUSTON – Scattered storms are moving through southeast Texas Tuesday, bringing expected rainfall totals of 1 to 2 inches.


George Bush Intercontinental Airport is currently under a ground stop due to weather.

Scattered downpours and gusty winds are possible. Isolated storms could turn severe producing small hail and strong winds.

The National Weather Service has issued a Flood Warning Tuesday for Brazos and Grimes counties. The warning is for flooding along the Navasota River which will rise above flood stage early Wednesday and continue to rise until Friday morning. That could lead to flooding on Old Spanish Road.


Tuesday's high will be around 78.

Any storms that develop should move out by the evening commute.

Check the forecast any time by visiting the weather page of Click2Houston.com or by downloading Frank's forecast app on Apple or Android devices.

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