A Dense Fog Advisory is in place until 9 a.m. Wednesday for patchy areas of fog reducing visibility on area roads for the morning commute. The fog is patchy, but reduce your speed and expect a longer-than-normal morning drive because of it.
The other weather headline on your Wednesday is the unseasonable warm pattern we’re stuck in this week. Temperatures will once again peak in the mid to upper 80s this afternoon, much like every other day this week so far. Rain chances will be minimal, if we see any at all.
The southeast wind reinforcing the heat and humidity will persist through Friday. On Saturday, a weak front will bring meager relief from the heat for the weekend. Look for a stronger cold front to make its way through Houston next Tuesday, bringing our next best opportunity to see a significant cool-down!
The Tropics are Still Cooking!
Epsilon formed Monday morning in the central Atlantic. Epsilon reached hurricane strength late Tuesday night but the storm will stay off shore keeping the East Coast safe from direct impacts. For more details on Epsilon and our long hurricane season head to www.click2houston.com/hurricane and download our FREE KPRC 2 Hurricane Tracker app.