A flow of Pacific moisture and another upper level impulse is keeping the rain in the pipeline for the next 36 hours. The front out West could likely touch off a few stronger thunderstorms by sunrise Tuesday morning. A view of the satellite above reveals the storms over the North-central portion of the state Monday afternoon. That line should clear the region by Tuesday afternoon making for a better Rodeo forecast Tuesday evening. Check out the Houston Rodeo forecast for Tuesday on the graphic below :
The warmer south southwesterly flow will push temperature readings into the 70s until Thursday afternoon. More sunshine will also be front and center for the end of the week. Cooler air rushes in Friday through Sunday to once again bring overnight temperatures into the mid to low 40s. The outlook calls for sunny weather for the up coming weekend with highs only in the mid to upper 60s.