HOUSTON -- It will be warm and muggy Thursday in the Houston area with an increased chance for thunderstorms, according to KHOU 11 News Chief Meteorologist David Paul.
Temps kick off in the upper-70s Thursday morning and top off at 91 degrees with a 50 percent chance for rain in the afternoon.
“Bring your umbrella with you,” said Paul.
On Friday and Saturday the chance goes down to 40-percent.
Some parts of town could see storms prior to the fireworks on July 4th.
The rain chance lingers through the weekend and into next week.
Tropical Storm Arthur has formed off the east coast of Florida – it will have no impact on Texas. The forecast track from the National Hurricane Center keeps it as an East Coast storm. It’s expected to strengthen and could become a hurricane.
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