HOUSTON – Isolated showers and storms will continue to impact southeast Texas through roughly 6 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Severe weather is not expected, but small pockets of heavy rain lasting up to a half hour in any location could make driving hazardous and put a pause in the outdoor activities for a select few.
The rain activity so far Sunday afternoon has had a difficult time sustaining itself, with cells developing and dying quickly, without generating copious amounts of rain.
Highs will hold in the mid 90s for most inland areas, with temperatures closer to 90 degrees at the immediate coast.
Expect much less coverage for Monday and an even drier Tuesday and Wednesday before rain comes back into the forecast late Thursday, and into and through next weekend.
The National Hurricane Center has indicated there is a 70 percent chance the tropical wave near the Lesser Antilles will develop into a tropical system of some sort in the next five days. It is way too early to talk specifics about where such an eventual system might go, but early models suggest a southern path into or near the Bay of Campeche by the end of the week.
We of course will keep you updated on any changes.
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