Partly cloudy for the partial eclipse in Houston

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More clouds for your Monday and the chance for a few scattered showers possible (KTRK)

Eclipse day is finally here! Here in Houston, expect partly cloudy skies during the eclipse, from around noon to 3pm. Some of you could see a stray shower. You are mostly likely to get a bit wet closer to coast. Rain chances in general are low (around 30%) but will be highest after 2pm today.

In general, cloud cover will increase over Houston this week, bringing back a chance of rain each day.




Tropical moisture blowing into southeast Texas from the Gulf will produce scattered thunderstorms every day this week. The storms will be driven by the heating of the atmosphere so rain is more likely during the afternoon and early evening.
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