HOUSTON – Rain chances will start to increase Thursday as a cool front approaches the Houston area along with moisture from the Gulf, said KHOU 11 News Meteorologist Chita Johnson.
There’s a 30-percent chance for showers today with a forecast high of 92 degrees.
“By this afternoon and this evening, we’ll see a much better chance for showers,” said Johnson. “We’re also going to see some upper-level disturbances push through, bringing more rain as early as Friday morning.”
There’s an 80-percent chance for rain Friday and a 60-percent chance on Saturday. Sunday the rain chance drops back down to zero.
Daytime highs over the weekend are expected to only reach the mid-80s with overnight lows in the upper-60s as the skies clear out early next week.
Looking to the tropics, we’re watching a low pressure system in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico. The National Hurricane Center says it has a 70-percent chance of developing further over the next day or two. It will either turn eastward or westward. If it goes west, it’ll soak Mexico yet again and bring the Houston area good rainfall as well. If it goes east, however, it’ll head to Florida and southeast Texas won’t receive much rain from it.
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