HOUSTON -- Some parts of the Houston area was lucky enough to catch a few showers on Tuesday, but the skies are drying out and all will be clear the remainder of the week, KHOU 11 News Meteorologist Brooks Garner said.
There was a 30-percent chance for rain Tuesday with temps topping off in the mid-90s.
By Wednesday the rain chance dips to only 10 percent, leaving us with mostly clear skies through the weekend.
Temperatures jump a couple of degrees later this week with forecast highs in the mid- to upper-90s, and a chance for rain returns early next week.
Looking to the Atlantic, we’re watching Tropical Storm Humberto. The storm far from land and is expected to turn northward as a hurricane sometime Tuesday. It’s of no threat to the U.S.
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