One Minute Weather: Hot and humid with a storm or two on Saturday

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ABC13's Travis Herzog has the latest on the chance of a downpour today and on subtropical storm Alberto.

More scattered downpours are possible around Houston and southeast Texas today as rich, tropical moisture remains overhead. The heavy rain will come with frequent lightning and thunder. Any storm that pops up could dump a quick inch of rain.

It'll turn dry and very hot for Memorial Day and beyond. We'll make it to the middle 90s on the holiday, then the upper 90s after that.

Subtropical Storm Alberto has developed. It'll move north through the eastern Gulf this weekend, and make landfall most likely near Mobile, Alabama late Monday or early Tuesday. Meteorologist Travis Herzog says Alberto will be a major rainmaker for the central Gulf coast and Florida, but it turn into a big heat-maker for Houston and Texas.

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