HOUSTON -- Tuesday will be another warm and sunny day in southeast Texas, said KHOU 11 News Meteorologist Mario Gomez.
“A few clouds came in through the overnight hours, but a frontal boundary came in and parked itself just north of Houston,” said Gomez. “So we’re going to see a few extra clouds north of the city, but the clouds will move out over the next 24 to 48 hours.”
Early morning temperatures Tuesday were in the 40s. A little fog was reported, mostly south of the city. The Houston area will top out around 70 degrees in the afternoon under mostly sunny skies.
Wednesday and Thursday will be a few degrees warmer as a chance for rain is introduced on Friday. A cool front will drop our daytime temps back into the 50s on Saturday with overnight temps in the low-40s.
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