Rainfall of 8-10 inches has inundated areas northwest of Houston over the past several days, leading to more flooding woes.
Houston Hobby Airport has received more than the normal rain for the entire month of July over the course of five days.
Several roads across Harris, Montgomery, Waller and Jefferson counties are impassible due to high water.
A stationary front draped across Texas continues to ignite rounds of torrential downpours across eastern parts of the state. Unfortunately, it appears that the rounds of rain will continue straight through the weekend.
The slow-moving thunderstorms are dumping rain at a rate of up to an inch per hour, threatening to produce runoff very quickly. The ground is already saturated from the past several days, adding to the serious flood risk.
There is potential for additional flooding rainfall through the weekend.
Following Thursday’s violent thunderstorms, an unsettled stretch of weather will plague those with outdoor plans across Germany from this weekend to early next week.
Arizona officials believe they found the tenth flash-flood victim this week while severe weather caused damage across the northern United States.
A 6.7 magnitude earthquake rattled Turkey’s Aegean Coast and several Greek islands, killing two and injuring over 100 others early Friday morning.
Japanese researchers have successfully tested a new way to protect spacecraft from the intense heat of atmospheric re-entry by employing a technique featured in one of Japan's most popular science fiction series.
Cooler air will sweep from northwest to southeast across part of the central and eastern United States by early next week and will trim the extent of the heat wave.
Following a week with very few weather impacts, rain and thunderstorms could play a major factor in Friday's Tour de France stage.
The weather will once again create challenging conditions for players at the Open Championship in England.