Scattered downpours today, more early next week with rare June front

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Deep Gulf moisture associated with Tropical Depression Claudette has pushed rain chances up to 40% and increasing our humidity. Temperatures will warm into the low 90s, with feels-like temperatures well over 100 degrees. Rain that started along the coast is gradually pushing inland this afternoon.

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 Sunday.

Experts warn beachgoers to use extreme caution if entering the water and stay near a lifeguard.

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If we miss out on the rain this weekend, when is our next best chance?

Our highest rain chance over the next 10 days will actually come Monday night and 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.

How cool will it get with this front?
Don't get your hopes up. Temperatures will only warm into the 80s on Tuesday, but by Wednesday it will start drying out and heating back up into the 90s. You might notice slightly lower morning temperatures on Tuesday, but it will stay fairly humid.

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