The Houston area dealt with another night of stormy weather, and there could very well be more to come.
Let's start with the good news; Britta Merwin with our TV partner Channel 2 says we are getting a break from the rain this morning.
“All this will be pushing to the east. We are expecting a clear out and improving conditions this morning,” Merwin said.
But that doesn’t mean your ride to work this morning is going to be a breeze. Jeff Lindner with the Harris County Flood Control District told KTRH it won’t be.
“We want people to be careful and use caution, especially when it’s dark. If you’re going to work early before the sun comes up, that’s when it could be particularly dangerous,” Lindner explained.
And Sean Luchs at the National Weather Service in League City said we aren't out of the woods yet.
“We might get a relative lull for much of the day, but then we’ll start to see into Saturday the return of widespread rainfall,” Luchs told KTRH News.
Kingwood and Sugar Land did not get hit as hard as they did earlier this week. Allan Spears at the Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management told us they are keeping an eye on the Brazos.
“It seems to be rising a little quicker than we first anticipated. We don’t have any river flooding at this time,” Spears said.
Armand Bayou, Little Cypress Creek Hunting Bayou and Clear Creek were all out of bank but should recede this morning. They are also watching the West Fork of the San Jacinto near Humble.
And we know from Fort Bend County officials that they were not aware of any high water rescues last night.