Good evening from Click2Houston.com. Monday, Aug. 19, is just about over.
Today was National Aviation Day. According to United Airlines, more than 40 million passengers pass through its hub at George Bush Intercontinental Airport every year.
Let’s wrap up your day with a check on the forecast.
A few showers are still scattered around the area but winding down pretty quickly. Look for dry weather overnight, but very muggy. Evening temps drop slowly through the low-90s into the 80s with an overnight low of 78. Storm chances again tomorrow starting early afternoon at 30%. Tropics are still quiet. Check Frank's full forecast for more.
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Weekend news recap
Here’s a quick look at stories that made headlines this weekend.
- Former Longhorns, NFL RB Cedric Benson dies in motorcycle accident
- Hundreds fill steps of Houston City Hall to demand change, stricter gun laws
- Man accused of keying neighbors' vehicles in Heights, Lindale Park neighborhoods
- 'I miss my brother': Family of man killed when hit by 12-year-old driver speaks
- At least 7 shot at east Houston house party that formed over Snapchat, police say
On this day in 2008, “The Fame,” which is the debut album of Lady Gaga, was released.
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