HOUSTON – More scattered rain and thunderstorms moved into the Houston area off the coast early Wednesday afternoon.
"The rain will be over at 10 p.m.," said KHOU 11 News Meteorologist Brooks Garner.
Temps will drop the the lower-70s Wednesday evening and overnight.
Thursday the rain chance drops to 20 percent before going away entirely for the start of the weekend.
On Saturday the rain returns as a cool front pushes through, leaving us with a pleasant (and cooler) start to the week with early-morning temperatures in the upper-50s.
We’re keeping an eye on two tropical systems: Tropical Storm Jerry is moving northeast in the Atlantic and will not affect the U.S., and closer to home in the western Caribbean, we’re watching a disturbance that has a medium chance of forming. It could bring heavy rain to the Gulf coast east of Texas early next week.
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