HOUSTON — After a dry start to our Tuesday the afternoon heating did its work on the atmosphere and began producing isolated to scattered thunderstorms. Those that do develop will likely be slow-moving meaning the risk for ponding on the roadways through the evening commute is present.
Once the sun sets the environmental conditions become less favorable to sustain storms and the activity dies down. Expect the overnight to be warm and muggy under a partly cloudy sky. There could be some patchy areas of fog by tomorrow morning.
As an upper level piece of energy pushes east tomorrow it will still likely have an influence on our weather. Afternoon showers and storms are once again expected.
The start of June will bring a drier stretch of weather and hotter temperatures as a ridge builds over the Southern Plains. High temperatures by Friday should climb into the low and mid-90s for much of the area.
June 1 marks the start of the 2023 Atlantic Hurricane Season. The National Hurricane Center is monitoring a disorganized cluster of thunderstorms in the eastern Gulf of Mexico that has a low chance of development as it slowly moves east towards Florida by this weekend.
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