Gulf moisture moisture moving in. Expect more heavy downpours with isolated flooding late Friday through Saturday.
DAVID TILLMAN: Hello, I'm meteorologist David Tillman with your one minute weather forecast. We're watching a lot of moisture out in the Gulf of Mexico. That moisture is pointing towards Louisiana and southeast Texas, and we think it will continue to spill in here over the next couple of days and give us chances for heavy downpours.
First half of your Friday's going to be OK. It's the second half that will feature these scattered showers and thunderstorms, some of which will be moving slow enough and be heavy enough to potentially cause some street flooding issues out there. It's not going to be as widespread as what we saw just a couple of days ago, but we do expect there to be some problems here or there.
Those heavy downpours will continue Friday night into Saturday morning, continue the first half of Saturday, and then late in the day on Saturday, we may begin to see that moisture shift a little bit farther to the west. But it's basically between now and early Friday afternoon that we'll be dealing with these downpours. And we think they'll put down anywhere from 1 to 2 inches of rain on average for the area, but a couple of isolated spots could get more than 4.
80% as we head into Friday afternoon and evening, 70% on Saturday, we've got a 40% chance on Sunday, and then we are back to only isolated showers and high temperatures in the middle and upper 80s starting on Monday.