HOUSTON (KTRK) --Another round of scattered rain and storms is in the forecast for Monday. That should be the last big rain day for a while. The rain will be heavy at times with frequent lightning likely and the potential for a quick 1-3" of rain that could flood streets.
Those with outdoor plans should watch the sky carefully and check the radar if dark clouds start rolling your way. Despite the periods of rain and clouds, temps will remain warm and steamy with highs in the upper 80s.
A slow-moving cool front will blow drier and slightly cooler air into the Houston area starting Tuesday afternoon. Temperatures in Houston will drop back into the 60s Wednesday morning for the first time since June 5th! Dew points will fall to the 50s and 40s by then.
A reinforcing shot of cooler air will move in by Friday. That'll drop Houston's low temp to near 60, and high temps will stay in the low 80s.Check the radar in your neighborhood anytime with the free ABC13 Weather App.