HOUSTON – Wednesday will make for a drier start to the day than we’ve had in recent days in the Houston area, said KHOU 11 News Meteorologist Chita Johnson.
“We only have a 10-percent chance of a stray shower or sprinkle today, so temperatures are going to be warmer today,” said Johnson.
We’ll top out around 95 degrees.
On Thursday the slight chance for scattered sprinkles continues along with the hotter temperatures.
Friday and Saturday the skies will be mostly clear with daytime temps in the mid-90s.
By late Sunday, we could start to receive some heavy downpours from a tropical disturbance expected to enter the Gulf later this week. Rain chances between 30 and 40 percent will last until about Wednesday.
Looking to the Atlantic, we’re watching Hurricane Humberto. The tropical storm became a hurricane early Wednesday morning. It’s of no threat to the U.S. We're also watching Tropical Storm Gabrielle. It also will not affect the U.S.
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