Flooding threat lessening slightly as the storm system appears to be moving a little faster.
Severe storms threat still looks to moderate for November with the primary threats tornadoes and damaging winds.
Minor coastal flooding possible during times of high tide primarily Monday night and Tuesday.
Timing and Overview:
An upper level storm system will slide into the state Monday aiding development of showers and thunderstorms over Southeast Texas as a warm front surges into the area late Monday morning.
Fast moving storms will bring a threat of severe storms and brief heavy downpours Monday and Monday night. Between 2 am and 6 pm Tuesday the peak threat of severe weather – tornadoes and damaging winds – should occur as a cold front pushes slowly east through the region. This will also help to focus heavier rains and after Monday’s rains and the early morning rains the risk of street flooding should increase on Tuesday.
The storm system is forecast to move through a little faster and the threat of heavy rain/severe weather should end Tuesday evening. Dry weather is expected by Wednesday morning.