Click 2 Houston is passing on a weather report warning of possible funnel clouds this morning in Fort Bend County.
The report says that rapidly developing thunderstorms coupled with "a very buoyant atmosphere" will lead to funnel clouds.
Their report follows:
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Issued at: 10:08 am CDT on September 12, 2012, expires at: 2:00 PM CDT on September 12, 2012 ....funnel clouds possible today... Rapidly developing thunderstorms coupled with a very buoyant atmosphere and intersecting boundaries will yield brief funnel clouds this morning into the early afternoon. These funnel clouds will be short lived and difficult to detect on radar. These funnel clouds could briefly extend to the ground and become a short lived tornado. Stay alert for rapidly changing conditions as these funnel clouds will develop and dissipate quickly. A funnel cloud was reported between Angleton and Danbury along Highway 35 at 957 am.
UPDATE: According to Accuweather,
LOCATIONS IMPACTED INCLUDE... PASADENA... BAYTOWN... LEAGUE CITY... TEXAS CITY... PEARLAND... LA PORTE... CHANNELVIEW... FRIENDSWOOD... DEER PARK... CLOVERLEAF... ALVIN... DICKINSON... SOUTH HOUSTON... LA MARQUE... GALENA PARK... JACINTO CITY... SANTA FE... HIGHLANDS... BACLIFF AND HITCHCOCK.
Be careful out there.