HOUSTON – It will be hot and muggy in Southeast Texas on Tuesday, but more rain and cooler temperatures are on the way, according to KHOU 11 News Chief Meteorologist David Paul.
Tuesday through Saturday the rain chance increases as daytime temps drop into the low-90s.
“In the morning there will be a few scattered showers in The Woodlands and Conroe,” said Paul.
A cold front is expected to park north of the Houston area acting as a trigger for showers to develop.
“A rare and strong July cold front is pushing rain our way and unusually cooler temps in behind it,” said Paul. “
While it won't be "cool," it'll certainly be welcome relief from our "feels like" temps in the low-100s.
Sunday will be sunnier with high temps in the mid-90s and overnight temperatures in the upper-70s.
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