HOUSTON – The chance for rain returns Tuesday as a weak boundary line coming in from the northwest could bring scattered thunderstorms to the Houston area, KHOU 11 News Chief Meteorologist David Paul said.
There is a 10 percent chance for rain in the morning along the coast line, but the real showers will not develop until around lunchtime for the Greater Houston area.
By the afternoon, the chance for rain will increase to 30 percent with scattered showers bringing some downpours to parts of Houston.
However, the showers should dissipate by the dinnertime, before returning again on Wednesday. The chance for rain will remain steady throughout the rest of the week.
Overnight temperatures will drop down into the mid-70s again, but will back up in the mid-90s on Tuesday. However, the humidity will make it feel more like 104.
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