A weak frontal boundary is slowly drifting towards Southeast TX early this morning and will begin pushing through later in the morning hours. This front will bring scattered showers and thunderstorms into the area as well with rain possible in the Brazos Valley/Piney Woods areas as early as this morning. These storms will then drift towards the I-10 corridor in the late morning to early afternoon hours and then closer to the coast by the mid to late afternoon hours. Some of these storms could become strong to severe and be capable of producing locally heavy rainfall with rain rates around 2″ per hour, damaging winds, lightning, and hail. There is a marginal risk for both severe weather and excessive rainfall today. Rain chances decrease in the evening for northern areas, but they will persist along the coast close to where the frontal boundary will eventually stall out at. As a result, chances for showers and storms on Tuesday will be mainly focused along and south of the I-10 corridor.