HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- We've got a couple more mostly dry days to enjoy before a wet and stormy weather pattern settles in for several days.
The clouds will have a tough time breaking up Friday morning with temperatures dropping below average into the low 60s. You will see more sunshine break through the clouds Friday, pushing temperatures into the lower 80s. As the Gulf breeze returns, we can't rule out a stray shower near the Gulf coast, but most will stay dry Friday.
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What are we expecting for the weekend?
The muggy air rushes right back in for the weekend. Rain chances will stay low on Saturday at just 20%, but they increase to 70% Sunday as deep moisture moves overhead. The weather pattern Sunday through much of next week will favor slow-moving, heavy thunderstorms that could lead to street flooding. Several inches of rain are possible across the eastern half of Texas, so stay tuned.
Could any storms turn severe?
While street flooding will be our primary concern, it is possible that storms on Tuesday and Wednesday could turn severe.
Montgomery/Walker/San Jacinto/Polk/Grimes Counties
Fort Bend/Wharton/Colorado Counties
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Enjoy the dry weather because it all changes this weekend
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