HOUSTON -- Don’t leave home without your umbrella on Friday because there's a good chance for rain until the late afternoon, according to KHOU 11 News Chief Meteorologist David Paul.
On Friday a slight chance for isolated storms continues with a 30-percent chance for rain. Temps kick off in the upper-60s in the morning with a change for widespread fog across the Houston area.
“It could be a dangerous drive Friday morning because of the fog,” said Paul. “Be careful.”
Friday’s forecast high is 84 degrees. There is a chance for thunderstorms late in the afternoon.
This weekend is looking nicer with mostly sunny skies and daytime temps in the upper-70s.
The sunny skies carry over into next week with slightly warmer daytime temps and overnight lows in the 50s and 60s.
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