That said, we are still seeing isolated severe storms popping up east of Houston early this afternoon.
This is one of the tiniest Severe T-Storm Warnings you'll ever see. It's moving slowly near Beach City, and it is rotating. The warning is for hail and high winds, but it's possible there could be a brief tornado spin up as it moves toward Trinity Bay. https://t.co/R9qGjv4FIk pic.twitter.com/OjXq480A8B— Travis Herzog (@TravisABC13) May 28, 2020
On Friday a weak front will move in, keeping the humidity at a manageable level, but high temperatures will still reach the mid/upper 80s. Rain chances will remain low with the drier air in place.
This weekend we will see temperatures climb back in to the 90s, kicking off a stretch of mostly dry and hot weather that will last in to next week.
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