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Saturday forecast: Showers and isolated thunderstorms

Heaviest likely this afternoon

Raindrops collect on a window at the KPRC studios on the Southwest Freeway on Dec. 7, 2017.
Raindrops collect on a window at the KPRC studios on the Southwest Freeway on Dec. 7, 2017. (KPRC)

HOUSTON – We had a break in heavy rain as of about 10pm last night and now we’re starting to see a return of a rainy pattern for your Saturday. Our futurecast forecast model shows the heaviest rain will likely be this afternoon and then winding down by around 8pm tonight.

Expecting moderate to heavy afternoon rain and isolated thunderstorms
Expecting moderate to heavy afternoon rain and isolated thunderstorms (KPRC)

As a result of the clouds and rain and north wind, our temperatures will stay in the 50s and 60s inland with warmer temperatures along the coast.

Cooler temperatures in store for our Saturday
Cooler temperatures in store for our Saturday (KPRC)

Rain chances are less but continue Sunday and into Monday with a more ‘summertime’ pattern expected next week. As of right now it looks like at least part of the Easter weekend will dry out a bit!

The ten day forecast shows chances of rain almost every day.
The ten day forecast shows chances of rain almost every day. (KPRC)

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