HOUSTON - Houston hit 102° today, breaking the old record of 100° in 2015. July 29th, 2017 will always be remembered a true superlative. It was a day most probably spent inside, dreaming about the cooler days awaiting this fall. There's good news for folks who are simply sick of summer: a rare cold front sweeps through tonight. No, this one be one where you're grabbing a sweater, but it will reduce our humidity levels for several days.
A rare July cold front reduces our humidity levels Sunday thru Tuesday in Houston! Expect a few AM storms tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/k90fVJoyT7— Brooks Garner (@BrooksKHOU) July 29, 2017
While highs will still reach the mid-90s, it'll feel more like a, "San Antonio summer day". The struggling succulents in your yard will be happy.
We may see a few thundershowers late tonight or early tomorrow as the front makes it through.
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