HOUSTON -- Early-morning fog gave way to scattered rain as a cold front moved through Southeast Texas on Monday, according to KHOU 11 News Meteorologist Chita Johnson.
A Dense Fog Advisory was allowed to expire at 9 a.m.
“Showers started to fire up early Monday as a cold front moved through the Houston area,” said Johnson. “The rain will continue to track from the west to the east. Even though we started out in the low-60s this morning, temperatures are going to fall throughout the day today.”
We’ll drop about 20 degrees by this afternoon with temperatures in the low-40s and a 30-percent chance for rain.
Overnight into Tuesday morning we’ll drop into the mid-30s. Tuesday afternoon won’t be much warmer as the rain chance increases to 70 percent.
Wednesday the rain starts to clear out, but the chilly temps stick around until Thursday.
Later this week through the weekend the sun returns along with daytime temps in the 60s and 70s.
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