HOUSTON – There are two cluster of thunderstorms in West and North Texas, but they won’t make a big impact in the Houston area on Tuesday, according to KHOU 11 News Chief Meteorologist David Paul.
There's a 30-percent chance for rain early Tuesday morning with temps in the high-60s.
“By 6 a.m. there may be some scattered showers in south Houston to the Gulf Coast,” said Paul. “After 10 a.m., the skies should clear out.”
Rain chances fall to 10-percent as temps heat up to the low-80s Tuesday afternoon.
Later this week, our daytime temperatures will increase by a few more degrees as clouds and another slight rain chance returns Saturday.
By early next week another cool front should be moving through.
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