More rain and fog for southeast Texas tonight

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Chief Meteorologist Tim Heller has a look at Friday's forecast. (KTRK)

Peeks of sunshine return on Friday!
A stalled front draped over southeast Texas will be the focus for a few more rain showers overnight. This boundary will also separate mild, muggy air along the coast to downright cold air to the north.

Chief Meteorologist Tim Heller says the front will lift north of Houston on Friday, taking most of the rain with it. There's a chance of sunshine in the forecast for a change!

But another weather system blowing through Texas this weekend will bring us another chance of rain both Saturday and Sunday. The rain looks to hold off until after the Rodeo Parade, but there could be some fog, drizzle, and mist in the morning. It will still feel like spring outside Saturday, but cooler air will blow in Sunday behind the front.
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