HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- A cold front will bring a few showers and storms before about 7 a.m. Then, expect mainly dry weather the rest of the morning with a north breeze bringing cooler and less humid weather. We should be in the 70s this afternoon. A weak disturbance could bring a shower in spots late tonight and Wednesday, but most places will stay dry. We'll be tracking another weak front by Friday night that could bring a few showers or storms late Friday and Saturday.
How is the Astros opening day looking for Thursday evening?
We should be dry in the evening with temperatures in the 70s for first pitch at 6:08 p.m.
What can we expect in Houston as Final Four weekend approaches?
This week's weather pattern will feature the passage of several upper air disturbances. These will be cloud-makers more than anything else, but isolated showers are possible any day of the week. The front blowing in overnight will push temperatures into the 50s for Wednesday morning, which will be our coolest readings of the week. Then the warm, humid air pushes back inland for the rest of the week to bring back rain chances. Another front may roll in Saturday and could create a few showers and storms for the rest of Final Four weekend.
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