Several area counties have been placed under flash flood watch for tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday.
The National Weather Service (NWS) is forecasting a cold front and potentially potent upper level system to make its way across south-central and southeast Texas.
Affected counties include Washington, Burleson, Lee, Grimes, Austin, Brazos, and Waller Counties.
The system is expected to cause heavy rainfall tomorrow afternoon through Saturday morning.
The NWS is expecting three to six inches of rain for most of the area, but some areas could have upwards of eight to ten inches.
The heavy rains could result in isolated flash flooding that affects area roads, low-lying areas, underpasses, tributaries and small creeks.
The NWS says rains should wrap up early Saturday morning, and clear the coast by the afternoon.