FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE:
Locally heavy rainfall will remain possible through tomorrow. In addition, strong to severe storms will be possible tomorrow.
Area of Concern:
Heavy Rainfall/Flooding: Mainly along and east of I35/37
Severe Storms Thursday: Mainly along and east of Highway 83
Threats & Impacts:
Tornadoes: Very low chance of an isolated tornado Thursday.
Winds: Wind gusts in excess of 60 mph will be possible out of the stronger cells.
Hail: Hail in excess of quarter size will be possible out of the stronger cells.
Rainfall: Additional rainfall amounts through tomorrow will be up to 3 inches with the heavier amounts likely east of Interstate 35/37.
Timing and Overview:
The bulk of the heavy rainfall today will mainly east of I35/37 as the stronger cells should track across the eastern counties and areas closer to the Houston metro. While an isolated strong to severe storm can't be ruled out today, there will be better chances for severe storms tomorrow. With decent surface heating tomorrow, the atmosphere will support the threat for large hail and gusty winds out of the stronger storms. The best chances for severe weather will be along and east Highway 83. In addition, locally heavy rainfall out of the stronger cells tomorrow could lead to localized flooding.