HOUSTON — Thunderstorms rolled through pretty heavy Monday afternoon dumping about 2 inches of rain in some parts of the Greater Houston area, according to KHOU 11 News Chief Meteorologist David Paul.
While the storms have mostly cleared out of the Houston metro area, they could still make the evening commute home difficult for those in east and northeast Houston.
Expect to have a comfortable evening after rain-cooled air replaces the warmer temps. However, more storms are expected Tuesday morning.
There is a 30 percent chance for rain this evening, but it will increase to 60 percent chance by 6 a.m.
It is all because of another upper-low in North Texas.
The storms should clear out by lunchtime on Tuesday. Temps will start out in the mid-70s and will peak at about 88.
The rest of this week is looking nicer with a mix of sun and clouds as daytime temps eat up into the mid-90s.
A slight rain chance returns Friday and Saturday.
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