Foggy Friday morning commute, rain chances going up for the weekend

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Another round of dense fog is expected for your Friday morning commute. A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect for parts of SE Texas until 9 a.m. Friday.

A weak front stalled out north of Houston will keep the winds light overnight, and dense fog is likely to develop before sunrise, especially along and south of I-10.

As the fog lifts, the sun will push temperatures to warm into the upper 80s. There will be enough moisture to give us a 20% chance for an isolated shower.

When will our next cold front arrive?
It looks like you'll be waiting for about a week. We have the next cold front penciled in for Wednesday, October 27th.

Is there any rain that could cool us off before then?
It now looks like our rain chances will go up a bit over the weekend as deeper moisture from the Gulf moves in. You have a 40% chance of a downpour on Saturday and a 30% chance on Sunday. Tropical moisture could bring higher rain chances by Tuesday. It all depends on the track a developing storm in the Pacific takes.

How does the weekend look?
It will remain warm and humid this weekend, but as mentioned above there is a chance for cooling downpours. These showers will blossom with the warmth of the day, so we should see the radar quiet down by evening. The Gulf breeze will keep low temperatures near 70 with highs in the mid-to-upper 80s.

Is there anything of concern in the tropics?

Texas is normally done with hurricane season by mid October. Chief Meteorologist Travis Herzog explains whyhere. We will be monitoring a developing system in the Pacific that could send moisture into Texas next week and bring us a higher chance of heavy rain.

Southeast Texas
Harris County

Galveston County
Montgomery/Walker/San Jacinto/Polk/Grimes Counties
Fort Bend/Wharton/Colorado Counties
Brazoria/Matagorda Counties

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