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NWS Houston Nov 26
There is a potential for locally heavy rainfall across parts of SE TX in the Friday thru Sunday morning time period. Still looking at rainfall totals of 2 to 5 inches at most locations with locally higher amounts possible.
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NWS Houston Nov 27
The potential for locally heavy rain will continue through the day as a front stalls over the area.
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NWS Houston Nov 27
Rains have begun to increase across SE TX early this morning. Here are rain chances for today, tonight and tomorrow. Totals through Saturday night will generally be 2 to 4 inches with locally higher amounts possible. Some storm could become strong too.
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NWS Houston Nov 24
It will be warmer across SE TX today with increasing S to SE winds. Best rain chances come tonight through thru tomorrow morning with the approach and passage of the next cold front. Better rain chances setting up for Friday thru Sunday.
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NWS Houston Nov 30
A freeze warning is in effect for much of inland SE TX tonight into early Tuesday with low temperatures expected to be at or below freezing.
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Erika Paige Nov 26
Keeping an eye on a few things as we step into the second half of the holiday weekend: Friday: foggy start, isolated strong AM storms, lingering rain & rumbles at times through the rest of the day Saturday: sct rain & rumbles, much colder, breezy, heavy rain potential
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NWS Houston Nov 28
Galveston set a record high temperature of 81 degrees yesterday (11/27/2020). This is only the 3rd time on record that Galveston has reached 81 degrees or higher this late in the year (records date back to 1874).
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NWS Houston Nov 26
A Happy and Safe Thanksgiving from your Houston/Galveston National Weather Service Office! Here are today's expected high temperatures and tonight's rain chances. Better rain chances are coming on Friday.
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NWS Houston Nov 29
Southeast Texas rains will come to an end early this morning. It will be cooler and breezy to end the weekend and to start the upcoming week. Prepare for possible freezing temperatures late Monday night through early Tuesday morning.
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Erika Paige Nov 26
ISOLATED strong to severe storms possible Friday morning. IF a storm can get on the stronger side, winds gusting to 60 mph and quarter size hail cannot be ruled out. Some isolated stronger storms will be capable of producing small (pea to dime size) hail.
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Billy Forney 3 Nov 29
Some preliminary two-day rainfall totals from the big airports around Houston: KIAH: 3.67” KHOU: 4.27” KCLL: 0.60” KGLS: 2.73” KSGR: 5.14” H/t for the question
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NWS Houston 9h
Showers and storms are expected today ahead of the next cold front. A few strong storms will be capable of producing locally heavy rain and strong winds. A brief tornado is also possible. Stay weather aware!
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NWS Houston 8h
Quick Radar update 0620 AM: Rain will begin to increase in coverage and intensity this morning and afternoon
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NWS Houston Nov 27
A line of strong storms capable of producing gusty winds and small hail is moving eastward across Harris and Fort Bend counties. Brief heavy rainfall will be capable of producing some localized flooding.
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NWS Houston Nov 27
Significant Weather Advisory: Significant Weather Advisory for Northeastern Galveston and Southeastern Chambers Counties until 1100 AM CST.
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NWS Houston Nov 24
Significant Weather Advisory: Gusty Winds Possible As Line Of Thunderstorms Pushes Southeastward.
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NWS Houston 5h
Significant Weather Advisory: Thunderstorm Producing Heavy Rain and Gusty Winds in Galveston and Eastern Brazoria Counties.
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NWS Houston Nov 26
Replying to @NWSHouston
Here are some details about the potential Thanksgiving Weekend heavy rainfall event.
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NWS Houston Nov 27
Significant Weather Advisory: Significant Weather Advisory for Central Fort Bend, Northwestern Brazoria and South Central Harris Counties until 830 AM CST.
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NWS Houston Nov 30
The National Weather Service in League City has Issued a Flood Warning for The San Bernard River Near Boling..
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