HOUSTON – There was a pretty heavy rainstorm Tuesday evening on the west side of Houston, and there will be a 20-percent chance for rain on Wednesday, said KHOU 11 News Chief Meteorologist David Paul. Bring your umbrella.
There will be a few clouds in the sky, and temps will top off at 93 degrees on Wednesday.
The rest of this week our daytime temps will remain in the low- to mid-90s.
Temps on the July 4th holiday will be dry and muggy with a 10-percent chance for rain.
“Be very careful with these fireworks,” Paul said. “It is dangerously dry out there.”
There is a burn ban in Montgomery and Brazoria County.
Temps will remain in the low- to mid-90s for the remainder of the week.
Our next real chance for rain, however, comes this weekend. On Saturday and Sunday there's a 40-percent chance as the daytime temps drop a couple more degrees.
The chance for scattered showers continues for the start of our work week.
Visit the KHOU 11 mobile app directory for a listing of our free apps including WeatherCaster for smartphones and iPad.