HOUSTON -- Most of the rain will move out of the Houston area by this evening, said KHOU 11 News Meteorologist Brooks Garner.
“The steady rains we saw earlier are over – they’re done, but we do have a few pop-up showers,” Garner said. “Tomorrow will be much different then what we saw today.”
Temps will drop to the mid-70s Wednesday evening with some clearing skies.
“I wouldn’t be surprised if we saw some stars by midnight,” Garner said.
Thursday the rain chance drops to 20 percent as the afternoon temperatures go back up into the 90s.
Scattered showers will still be possible through the weekend as our temperatures continue to climb just a few more degrees.
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