Houston Forecast: Increased rain chance on the way

KHOU 11 Chief Meteorologist David Paul says to prepare for a very stormy weekend as Harvey attempts to redevelop in the Gulf of Mexico.

HOUSTON - KHOU 11 Chief Meteorologist David Paul says to prepare for a very stormy weekend as Harvey attempts to redevelop in the Gulf of Mexico.

There is a 20 percent chance for rain Wednesay and a 30 percent chance on Thursday with high temps in the 90s. 

On Friday the rain chance jumps to 60 percent. There is growing concern about the remnants of Tropical Storm Harvey redeveloping in the Gulf of Mexico. Forecast track models currently bring the system somewhere to the Texas coast, including the Houston area. This could mean heavy rain Friday into early next week. 

We now have a 100 percent rain chance for this weekend. 

RELATED: Tracking possible tropical development in the Gulf of Mexico

It's too soon to tell, but now is the time to be prepared as hurricane season is still underway.

Scattered showers and temps in the low-90s stick around early next week as well.

HURRICANE CENTRAL: What you need to know to prepare for a storm

BE READY: KHOU 11 Hurricane & Severe Weather Preparedness Guide

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