HOUSTON – The first day of school could be a rainy one as an upper-level disturbance brings some showers to Southeast Texas Monday morning, KHOU 11 News Meteorologist Mario Gomez said.
There could be scattered showers for the morning commute with a 50 percent chance of rain. The coastal communities are likely to see most of the rain as the disturbance moves west across the state.
Overnight temps will be in the mid-70s again and high will peak at 90 later in the afternoon.
The chance for rain slowly diminishes as the week goes on with a 30 percent of rain on Tuesday and a 20 percent chance of rain on Wednesday.
By Thursday, temps will start to reach the upper-90s heading into next weekend.
We are still keeping an eye on Tropical Storm Fernand, which will landfall Monday. The storm is not a threat to Texas.
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