HOUSTON -– Upper-level high pressure will keep things hot and dry in the Houston area for the next several days, said KHOU 11 News Meteorologist Brooks Garner.
“There will certainly be 100-degree heat in our future,” said Garner. “This afternoon we’ll reach about 97 degrees, but when you factor in the humidity it will feel like we’re in the triple digits.”
The skies will be partly cloudy for much of this week, but there’s no chance for rain in the seven-day forecast.
This weekend the daytime temperatures jump by a couple of degrees.
Looking to the Atlantic, what’s left of Dorian has a slight chance of reforming back into a tropical storm. If it does, it will retain the name Dorian. Its forecast path has it moving toward Cuba or Florida over the next several days. Some forecast models also have it coming into the Gulf.
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