HOUSTON – Our rain chances increase overnight as we get closer to Tuesday morning's commute, according to KHOU 11 News Chief Meteorologist David Paul.
"A line of storms will make its way to the Houston area after midnight," said Garner.
Tuesday there’s an 80-percent chance for rain and storms with a forecast high of 78 degrees.
“Through midnight into the wee hours, the storms will push through,” said Paul.
A slow batch of thunderstorms may cause street flooding during Tuesday morning’s commute. Rain chances will last until the afternoon with temps in the mid-70s.
Wednesday will be nicer with a high temp of only 74 degrees and a 40-percent chance for rain.
Thursday we'll top out in the upper-70s under sunny skies.
The heat returns later this week, but the sunny skies stick around through the weekend.
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