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MediumUnited States of America2024-05-16T00:00:00Z

As per reports, periods of thunderstorms, heavy rainfall, and flash floods have been predicted in parts of Texas from Thursday (16 May) until 0700 hours local time on Friday (17 May).

National Weather Service Houston issued a flood watch in parts of Texas from 1300 hours on Thursday (16 May) until 0700 hours local time on Friday (17 May). Two to inches of rainfall is predicted in areas north of the Interstate-10 corridor. Localized rainfall may record more than six inches of water accumulation.

• Potential of heavy rainfall is predicted to be the highest during the afternoon and evening hours on Thursday (16 May).
• Storms are predicted to enter through the western Texas counties during the morning hours on Thursday (16 May), and will continue to move east.
• High risk (level four out of four) of flash floods is predicted in north through east of Huntsville area.
• Moderate risk (level three out of four) of flash floods is predicted in near and along a line from College Station to Conroe to Liberty.
• Slight risk (level two out of four) of flash floods is predicted in southeast Texas, except in Matagorda Bay Area, which is under marginal risk (level one out of four).
• Enhanced risk (level three out of five) of thunderstorm is predicted near and north of Interstate 10.
• Slight risk (level two out of five) of thunderstorm is predicted near and south of Interstate 10.
• Marginal risk (level one out of five) of thunderstorm is predicted near the immediate coast.

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