HOUSTON – The first day of school could be a rainy one as an upper-level disturbance brings some showers to Southeast Texas, KHOU 11 News Meteorologist Chita Johnson said.
In the early morning hours, showers moved in off the coast into Galveston and Brazoria Counties. The northside of town remained dry, however. There's a 60-percent chance for rain Monday.
"The additional cloud cover will keep our temperatures in the upper-80s and low-90s today," said Johnson.
The chance for rain slowly diminishes as the week goes on with a 20-percent of rain on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
By Thursday, afternoon temps will start to reach the upper-90s heading into next weekend.
We are still keeping an eye on Tropical Storm Fernand, which will make landfall in Mexico. The storm is not a threat to Texas.
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