HOUSTON — This was the 3rd morning in a row where many locations awoke to temperatures in the 50s, feeling great out there! We're in for another beauty today, sunny skies, comfortable humidity and temperatures in the middle 80s. However, the Autumn surge of comfortable weather will retreat back north for at least a little bit starting later this weekend.
Saturday morning will be the last of the 50s for overnight lows for a bit. Our winds begin to turn back out of the southeast which will boost dewpoints and drive our humidity back up to uncomfortable levels. With the increase in humidity also comes the return of afternoon shower and thunderstorm chances by Monday.
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Tropical update: No threats to the Gulf coast at this time. Hurricane Sam is in the open Atlantic and is the 18th named system this year. It could track dangerously close to the northern Leeward Islands early next week. Aside from Sam we've got 2 other waves to keep an eye on, none pose any threat to land at the moment.