Friday morning Houston-area weather forecast

Threat for severe weather will stick around through early Friday morning. Threat is lowest near the coast and higher farther inland. Strong wind gusts near 60 mph will be the main threat with any storms that reach severe levels with just a low tornado threat. Expect scattered storms through early evening, a bit of a break early tonight then a solid line of rain and storms overnight. The overnight storms will likely reach Brenham & Bryan/College Station around 10-11 pm, Houston around 1 am, and Galveston around 3-4 am. Frequent lightning and heavy rain could also pose some issues with widespread 1-2" totals expected with isolated higher amounts. As the cold front moves through, wind will really pick up with gusts near 40 mph. A WIND ADVISORY is in effect from 1-10 AM Friday. Remember to bring in or tie down lightweight/loose objects around your yard like your trash cans! Bands of rain will still move through Friday morning behind the main line of storms. Most of the rain should push out by lunchtime. Much cooler air builds in Friday with temperatures by evening down into the 40s with wind chills in the 30s! Get ready! Also, make sure to download the FOX 26 Weather App and turn the alerts on so that you'll be up to date!

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