Rain returns Sunday… Isolated strong storms possible

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HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — Scattered showers and storms possible on Sunday. A warm front is expected to lift north into Southeast Texas in the morning bringing scattered showers to the area. By the late morning to early afternoon, we could start to see some storms pop up. A couple of isolated strong to severe storms will be possible. A cold front will push out the rain by the afternoon to evening hours. Gusty winds and cool air will move in behind the front.

When will it rain in Houston?

We will see some showers Sunday morning with more widespread rain and storms coming in the afternoon.

Will we see any severe weather?

A couple of isolated strong to severe storms will be possible, but widespread severe weather is not expected. If we see a severe storm, the main threat will most likely be damaging wind gusts although an isolated tornado or two cannot be ruled out.

How much rain will I get?

If you get any of the heavier thunderstorms, you can generally expect about 1″ of rain. If the thunderstorms miss you but you get the rain showers, you can generally expect less than half an inch.

How cold will it get in Houston after the front blows in?

Behind the front Sunday night we expect temperatures will drop into the low 40s Monday morning with highs only in the 50s Monday afternoon.

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