One Minute Weather: Few storms Sunday afternoon, African dust Sunday evening

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Meteorologist David Tillman has your Sunday Funday forecast. (KTRK)

Temperatures will be warming into the mid to upper 90s this weekend and next week
There's a small chance for a big downpour again Sunday. Most of us will stay dry, but the few showers that develop could be briefly heavy with frequent lightning and gusty winds.

The atmosphere will dry out on Monday as the next African dust cloud arrives. Expect the haze to blow into Houston Sunday afternoon and linger through Monday and Tuesday. This will produce a hazy gray sky during the day and red sunrises and sunsets.

The dust will clear out by the middle of next week. But the heat will be staying around for awhile. High temps will be in the mid to upper 90s starting this weekend and every day next week.
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