Typical summer weather ahead with heat and a few afternoon storms

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Now that Sunday afternoon's storms have fizzled, the overnight hours will be quiet and mostly dry.



Monday morning will start off dry and a little cooler than what we've seen so far this summer. Temps will start in the low to middle 70s, then quickly warm to the 90s by noon.

We'll continue to have a chance of afternoon storms during the first half of next week, but toward the end of the week a heat ridge will build overhead, bringing back hot, mostly dry weather for the first week of August. At this time we expect highs in the mid 90s, right at the average for this time of year.

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