Houston Weather: Sunshine, Ozone pollution watch today

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- A gulf breeze this weekend will bring an end to our string of sunny days as a few showers roll in from the west. Chief Meteorologist Travis Herzog says the southeasterly winds will blow anything from the ITC site across the Houston Ship Channel and toward Channelview.

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Rain chances are slight, so it won't be a total washout. But we'll need to keep the umbrella handy.



These winds are flowing into a strong area of low pressure moving through the Plains. It looks like the majority of the showers and storms will stay up in north Texas. The best chance of rain will come Saturday morning, but there's only 30% chance you'll get wet. Rain chances are now down to 20% Sunday and back up to 30% Monday. Travis says another stretch of pleasant spring weather is likely to follow after a front blows through Houston late Monday.

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