HOUSTON — The Houston area could see some scattered showers develop during what is expected to be another hot, muggy day on Sunday, according to KHOU 11 News Meteorologist Mario Gomez.
A weather disturbance offshore could cause some showers to develop in the Galveston Bay area in the morning. The showers would then likely move inland in the afternoon before eventually dying out in the evening.
There is about a 30 percent chance for rain Sunday. That will dwindle down to 20 percent come Monday.
Temperatures will start off in the mid-to low-70s in the morning before peaking in the mid-90s in the afternoon. However, temps will feel like there are closer to triple digits with all of the humidity.
Come Wednesday, we could be looking at a big change in the forecast. We’re looking at a temperature drop in the northern U.S. in mid-July, if you can believe it. It’s not set in stone, but next week Houston’s daytime temperatures could drop into the upper-80s and low-90s.
If the polar vortex holds together, our daytime high on Thursday will only be 89 degrees – but that’s if it makes it far enough south.
There’s a returning chance for rain mid-week along with the cooler temps.