HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK)– After a stormy start to Saturday, Houston is drying as we head into the evening.Temperatures are rebounding right into the 80s, then will hang back right into the 70s after sunset. Patchy locations of fog are likely to establish as we head toward sunrise, specifically north of I-10. The radar will stay relatively quiet over evening as well as
for the majority of Sunday. A weak front approaching during the mid-day might combine with the ocean breeze to trigger a few downpours. The majority of areas will certainly remain completely dry, yet a fast inch of rain is possible in any tornado that does turn up. Temperature levels will heat into the mid and top 80s before the front arrives.You won’t notice a big difference when the cool front initial obtains right here, but the moisture will gradually go down as we go through the day Monday.Okay, you stated a front. Exactly how amazing will certainly it get?This front is even more of a”dry”front, going down the moisture greater than anything. You’ll discover cooler temperature levels in the 60s around sunrise and reduced humidity in the mid-day sunshine. You may get to enjoy this dry air for every one of following work week.Is there anything of issue in the tropics?At this moment, no. Victor is fizzling over the Atlantic, and Sam is starting to damage as it passes by Bermuda as major hurricane.
We will certainly be monitoring the Caribbean for
a tropical growth late in the week. You can obtain a complete review of the tropics on our exotic update page.RADAR MAPS: Southeast Texas Houston Harris Area Galveston County Montgomery/Walker/San Jacinto/Polk/Grimes Counties Ft Bend/Wharton/Colorado Counties Brazoria/Matagorda Counties SHARE YOUR CLIMATE IMAGES:
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