HOUSTON — After intense thunderstorms moved through the counties southeast of the Houston metro area Thursday afternoon, expect to see more of the same come Friday morning, according to KHOU 11 News Meteorologist Mario Gomez.
Around 5 a.m., the warm, moist unstable air mass along the coast is likely to produce more storms that will eventually make their way inland through the course of the day.
The storms should die down in the evening as the air cools.
For Thursday evening, temperatures will cool down to the upper-70s with little chance for rain.
The chance for rain Friday morning will be about 40 percent. Thursday’s day storm did produce at least one tornado in the Bayou Vista area, which flattened a large shed and RV, according to the National Weather Service.
Saturday and Sunday the rain chance decreases, but there’s still a slight chance for scattered downpours.
Early next week the skies will clear out, and our afternoon highs will return to the mid-90s.
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