HOUSTON -– The rain that saturated southeast Texas over the last several days will finally move out as we approach noontime Tuesday, but it will remain chilly for the next few days, according to KHOU 11 News Meteorologist Chita Johnson.
We were in the upper-30s and low-40s out the door Tuesday morning.
“We are continuing to see the last bit of moisture moving through the Houston area this morning,” said Johnson. “There will still be a chance of scattered showers throughout the day today, but the heavy downpours are moving out to the east this morning."
Later today we’ll top out around 42 degrees with a 20-percent chance for rain.
The rest of this week the skies will have a nice mix of sun and clouds with temperatures increasing from the 40s to the 50s. Overnight lows will be very chilly -- in the 30s.
Thanksgiving morning some communities will be in the upper-20s.
This weekend is looking nice with a slight chance for rain as daytime temperatures increase into the 60s. Early next week our afternoon temperatures will be back in the 70s.
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