HOUSTON — An upper-level high is keeping southeast Texas dry and hot, despite our need for some rain.
Much of the Houston area is under severe to extreme drought conditions, said KHOU 11 News Meteorologist Brooks Garner.
After temps peaked at 98 Thursday afternoon they will drop down to 84 by 10 p.m. Expect to see overnight lows in the upper-70s.
The afternoon temperatures stay hot through the weekend, but there is a slight chance for isolated showers starting Friday. Our rain chances peak at 20 percent on Sunday and Monday.
Next week looks pretty dry, as well.
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