We have an air quality alert on the east side of Houston. "Unhealthy" levels of ozone pollution (red shade) are being observed from Deer Park and Pasadena to Cloverleaf, Channelview, and Jacinto City. Reduce outdoor exposure if you can. https://t.co/kYz1z4P7gd pic.twitter.com/TFHOZKmm3t— Travis Herzog (@TravisABC13) June 19, 2021
There's still a 20% chance for a late day thundershower to help cool us off and clean out the air.
Deep moisture associated with Tropical Depression Claudette will blow in on Sunday, pushing rain chances up to 30%. Temperatures will start in the upper 70s and warm into the low 90s. Wherever it rains, temperatures will cool off into the upper 70s and low 80s.
The Gulf of Mexico is getting stirred up by Claudette, and that's leading to a hazard in the waters, strong rip currents are possible along area beaches.
Experts warn beachgoers to use extreme caution if entering the water, and stay near a lifeguard.
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If we don't get any rain this weekend, when is our next best chance?
Our highest rain chance over the next 10 days will actually come on Tuesday when a rare June front reaches Houston. This will bring widespread clouds and widely scattered showers and thunderstorms. Temperatures will peak in the 80s, but by Wednesday it will start drying out and heating back up into the 90s.
Montgomery/Walker/San Jacinto/Polk/Grimes Counties
Fort Bend/Wharton/Colorado Counties
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