HOUSTON We re feeling the full effects of this cool front, said KHOU 11 News Meteorologist Mario Gomez.
The clouds are going to be out for a few more hours, but as the night continues they will disappear and conditions will only continue to cool. The temperatures were sitting around 80 in the early evening and expected to be down to the mid-60s overnight and into the morning.
The major difference is that humidity is down to 60-percent compared to the typical 80 or 90-percent. On Sunday, temperatures will push into mid-to-upper 80s but not much farther than that.
The second week of September, which happens to be the peak of hurricane season, looks sunny and just warm enough. A slight chance for rain returns on Wednesday at 20-percent.
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