HOUSTON -- A chance for severe weather is quickly approaching the Houston area and could hit during Thursday morning’s rush hour commute, said KHOU 11 News Meteorologist Chita Johnson.
“We have cold air to our north moving in on warm moist air from the Gulf. Those are going to collide, and that’s what’s going to create the potential for severe weather Thursday morning,” said Johnson.
The bulk of the rain and storms will start moving into southeast Texas around 6 a.m. and should clear out sometime in the early afternoon.
The rest of Wednesday into the evening hours we have a 30-percent chance of rain with temps in the low-60s. Thursday there’s a 70-percent chance of rain with temps in the 70s.
On Friday things start to clear out with only a 20-percent chance of rain.
This weekend looks nice with mostly sunny skies and pleasant temperatures.
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