HOUSTON — High humidity will keep clouds and shower chances in play through the overnight hours into Wednesday.
A few storms are possible, especially north and west of the city. Temperatures will stay warm Tuesday night, with most areas dropping into the 60s and 70s by Wednesday morning.
Rain chances will be hit-or-miss across the area on Wednesday, but those that do see rain could get a quick downpour or thunderstorm. While there is a chance for severe weather with any storms that form, the chances remain very low.
Rain chances will peak during the morning and midday hours on Wednesday, with drier weather and some clearing arriving by the evening.
Behind the front, temperatures will stay mild. It won't be until a second front arrives Thursday night that a cool down pushes into Southeast Texas.
Temperatures Friday morning and Saturday morning will drop to the 40s and 30s, respectively, with afternoon highs in the 50s under sunny skies.
Temperatures turn warmer through the weekend with dry and sunny weather, perfect for the start of Mardi Gras celebrations in Galveston.
By next week, humidity and storm chances return as early as Tuesday as our next storm system approaches the area.
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