HOUSTON – It’s no longer chilly out, but don't get too used to the warm weather, says KHOU 11 News Chief Meteorologist David Paul.
A disturbance moving in from the west coast will give us a better chance for rain, especially on Sunday and then again on Tuesday.
We could see a fog develop overnight with temps starting off in the upper-50s for Saturday. Expect to see some light showers from the morning through the afternoon with a 20-percent chance for rain.
“Take an umbrella with you for the afternoon,” said Paul.
There is a good chance we could see a much thicker fog roll in overnight starting Saturday evening. The disturbance will move through in the morning, but a line of showers will stick around for a good portion of the day with a 60-percent chance for rain.
Daytime temps will drop back into the 60s on Sunday and then in to the 50s on Monday. Overnight lows next week will be in the mid-40s.
After Tuesday, the skies will clear up leaving us with cool afternoons and cold overnight lows.
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