HOUSTON -- Some scattered thundershowers are possible Wednesday evening, said KHOU 11 News Chief Meteorologist David Paul. However, we are not expecting a repeat of Tuesday night’s severe storms.
Light rain was coming down during the evening rush hour.
Late Wednesday afternoon, the thundershowers that are expected to reach the Houston area later in the evening were in central Texas.
A few light showers will continue into the evening, and by 10 p.m., there will be scattered thundershowers across the area, but none are expected to be severe.
Overnight and into Thursday morning, expect scattered showers and lows in the 50’s.
The rain will clear out Thursday morning and it’ll be much cooler. The morning will start off with temps in the low 50’s. By noon it’ll be about 10 degrees warmer, but the afternoon high is only 65 degrees.
Friday starts off cold with temps in the 40’s.
The sun will be out through the weekend, and it should warm up to 80 degrees by Sunday.
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