The National Weather Service in United States has indicated the possible heavy thunderstorm along the Houston Texas moving toward Galveston.
In a report which suggests that a line of strong thunderstorms is moving toward Houston and a new tornado watch is out that includes communities from Houston to Galveston.
ABC13 wrote that the National Weather Service issued a tornado watch for Harris, Fort Bend, Brazoria, Galveston, Matagorda, Wharton, Chambers and Liberty counties until 11 a.m.
Meteorologist Travis Herzog says a brief tornado could spin up along the leading edge of the storms, but street flooding is the most likely weather hazard you’ll come across as the heavy storms rumble through Houston.
Heavy rain and winds have more than 27,000 CenterPoint Energy customers without power, and Travis says to expect wind gusts above 40 mph to continue.
The storms could flood Houston area streets for the morning commute but should clear out of southeast Texas by noon. Dry, cool, and sunny weather is expected on Friday.
After that beautiful end to the work week, Travis says a cold, wet weather pattern will develop for the final weekend of 2018.