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Houstonians were advised to stay put in their homes Friday morning as high water lingered. There is not a lot of rain expected this morning, Lindner said, so the respite will give water levels a chance to recede. Three to six inches of rain fell overnight in the central, western, and southern parts of the county, which includes Houston, with bayou and creek flooding and water on the streets.
Some homes and businesses also were flooded, Lindner said. While there was a lull in the heavy rain Friday morning, CNN meteorologist Gene Norman said, another round of battering storms was expected Friday night going into Saturday. It would be another blow for the already rain-soaked region already.
The intensity of the storm overnight brought out the first responders.
Rescuers raced to vehicles stuck in flooding on a major interstate Thursday night and to help other motorists trapped on other thoroughfares as slashing rain -- accompanied by hail and lightning -- deluged the region. In one instance, rescuers responded to a vehicle upside down and submerged in a flooded ditch and the occupant was "trapped but still alive," the Houston Fire Department tweeted.
The front and the line of storms will have moved to the east by midday Saturday, and less humid and cooler air will continue moving in.
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The old storm center, the area of low pressure, will slowly drift through the area over the weekend. Though that means the severe weather threat will be over, the atmosphere will be unstable enough for spotty showers on Saturday and first thing Easter Sunday morning. Sunrise services may not see much sunrise at all, but toward the end of the day, the sun will likely be breaking through clearing clouds.
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Warm and pleasant. Temperatures falling into the low 70s to upper 60s after sunset. Mostly cloudy. A few showers in the morning, then thunderstorms arriving in the afternoon and evening.
Houstonians warned to stay home Friday night to avoid possible flash floods - Houston Chronicle
Some will be strong to severe, and rain may be heavy. Highs: low to mid 70s. A few scattered showers. Highs: upper 60s to low 70s. A chance of a shower, mainly before noon. Highs: mid to upper 60s. All Rights Reserved.
Houston gets drenched by overnight storms, and the region braces for another round later
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Houstonians warned to stay home Friday night to avoid possible flash floods
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