HOUSTON — Yesterday was not the greatest of days at all across the Houston metro area. We had a lot of rain, patchy fog, cool temps and a breezy northerly wind. Some areas saw some much needed rainfall, especially where areas west of the city are dealing with drought conditions. But will today be any better? Will we see some sunshine? Get some warmer temps?
Temps will warm up, to the low to mid 70s, with us seeing a fair amount of clouds much of the day. Some rays of light will try to come around later this afternoon, but they will be few and far in between.
Monday has a small chance of afternoon storms, and we'll also see a threat come our way on Tuesday. Wednesday has next to no chances of storms, but the warmth and humidity will be building up, as we look to get close to 90 degrees!
A cold front will slowly drop down on Thursday, triggering off some scattered storms, and Friday has that front lingering nearby, keeping the rain chances around. Saturday looks decent, for now, with partly cloudy skies and mild temps.
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