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Severe weather, tornadoes in eastern Brazos valley, surrounding Houston areas

The National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center has issued the tornado watch for much of Southeast Texas. Here's where that watch area covers.

HOUSTON — Storms moved through parts of Houston on Saturday and into the overnight hours. By 4:30 a.m., there were no longer any active alerts. 

Multiple Tornado Warnings were issued early Saturday evening and again late Saturday night as storms rumbled north-by-northeast across the Houston area. They have now expired.

Radar confirmed two tornadoes touched down -- in the Humble area and Liberty County -- according to KHOU 11 Meteorologist Tim Pandajis. There are reports of some damage in Montgomery County.

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If you're in the path of a tornado, you should seek shelter in an interior room, take cover and stay away from doors and windows.

WATCH: Sunday forecast

  • Sunday: A few overnight storms could produce about an inch of rain. The more active severe threat moves in between 2:30 and 6:30 a.m. After that, the overall trend for Sunday will be less rain as a new cold front moves through. The rain should move offshore by 2 p.m.

A few spotty showers could linger in the Houston Metro for the Texans tailgate. What else will linger? The warmth! Temps hover in the mid 70s most afternoon. The record stands at 80 degrees so likely in the clear but still not very winter-like temps.

You can track the rain all weekend long using our live interactive radar.

Also, follow the KHOU 11 Meteorologist team for live updates:

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