HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) --After a crisp start to the day in the 40s and 50s, temps will warm into the mid 70s by lunch time and into the low 80s during the afternoon. Meteorologist Travis Herzog says it should feel pleasant with dry air still in place, but he adds there is an ozone pollution watch during the afternoon hours.
Humid weather returns Tuesday afternoon as wind strengthen from the south. After near record highs on Wednesday, a weak cool front may spark some scattered storms late in the day, especially north of Houston.
Travis says this front should drop the humidity again for Thursday, but it'll be warm and muggy again for Friday.
More strong storms are possible this weekend as a powerful Pacific storm moves thru Texas. Travis says anyone riding the BP MS150 will want to pay close attention to the weather forecast.
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