HOUSTON – While there is a slight chance for showers for Saturday afternoon, most of the rain has moved out of the Houston metro area, said KHOU 11 News Meteorologist Mario Gomez.
The showers from Saturday morning will continue to move east bringing rain to the coastal communities, but should clear out by late this afternoon. There is still a 30 percent chance of rain, but that will likely just be a stray shower here and there.
Highs will peak at 94 this afternoon before returning to the mid-70s this evening.
By next week our daytime temperatures will be back in the mid-90s, still under mostly sunny skies.
Looking to the Atlantic, a very disorganized Tropical Storm Dorian continues to move northwest at 21 mph. It has maximum sustained winds at 50 mph. The current models show it just east of Cuba by Wednesday. It’s then expected to make an easterly turn, so it’s not yet known if it will affect the U.S. at all.
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