‘We’re not done with this,’ 11 News’ David Paul says
— reported by Channel 11
Flash flooding from torrential overnight rains wreaked havoc with Houston-area commuters Monday, closing some highways and leaving drivers stranded for hours. No serious injuries were reported.
The National Weather Service blamed a slow-moving low pressure system for dumping the heaviest rain in Harris Countyâ€”between 9-10 Â½ inchesâ€”and primarily southeast of downtown Houston in the area around the cityâ€™s Hobby Airport.
And that low pressure system isn’t likely to go anywhere soon, according to 11 News Meteorologist Dr. Neil Frank.