Here’s what the storms looked like as they moved through the Houston area Wednesday

KPRC 2′s Brittany Jeffers tracked storms around 45 and 99 in the Spring and Tomball area

HOUSTON – A flash flood watch was issued for all of the Houston area until 7 a.m. Wednesday.

Flooding was confined to localized areas that are nearly impossible to predict in advance. And, where flooding does occur, it could be severe, which is why the flash flood watch was in effect.

Here is what KPRC 2 reporters saw as the storms moved through:

Heavy rain moved through parts of the Houston area on Wednesday morning.
The rain that moved through the Houston area this morning slowed things down.
Storms are rolling through the Webster area Wednesday.
Rain is coming through Pearland Wednesday morning.
Storms are rolling through Brazoria County Wednesday.
KPRC 2's Cathy Hernandez is tracking storms going into downtown Houston Wednesday morning.
Storms are rolling through on I-10 East and headed towards Jacinto County.
KPRC 2′s Brittany Jeffers tracked storms around 45 and 99 in the Spring and Tomball area
KPRC 2's Brittany Jeffers is watching storms in Tomball.

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