HOUSTON—Higher humidity will return to the Houston area Wednesday along with a slight chance for scattered showers, said KHOU 11 News Meteorologist David Paul.
Wednesday’s forecast calls for a 20-percent chance for rain, mostly in the afternoon hours. High temps across the area will range from 90 to 94 degrees.
“We have these scattered thundershowers across the coastal counties along the coastal counties this morning,” said Paul. “The north and northwest counties – I expect it to kind of be dry up there today, but a day thunderstorm isn’t out of the question.”
Paul said the scattered rain may not be the only area of concern for Houstonians on Wednesday as the allergy report called for medium levels of mold spores and ragweed.
Looking at the rest of the week, high temps remain in the low- to mid-90s with scattered thundershowers.
Meanwhile, forecasters say Tropical Storm Isaac has formed in the Atlantic with a track that could possibly take it toward Florida where the Republican National Convention will be held next week.
View the latest tropical weather information on KHOU’s Hurricane Central.