Texas flood threat: moisture from Hurricane Pamela collides with a front

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HOUSTONTexas (KIAH) — A large portion of Texas, including San Antonio, Austin and Dallas, is under a flash flood watch as moisture from Hurricane Pamela in the Pacific will be meeting up with a slow-moving cold front.

This could result in widespread rain totals of two to three inches with some areas getting four inches or more.

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The flash flood watch in Central Texas continues through Thursday, although the heaviest rain looks to occur Wednesday night.

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Meanwhile, here in Southeast Texas, heavy rain is not a concern, but a few scattered showers and storms will be possible Thursday, and then again late-day Friday as a cold front arrives. That front brings cooler and drier air for the weekend.

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