Strong storms to be replaced by Saturday sun

Heavy downpours and lightning
Heavy downpours and lightning


The KPRC2 Severe Weather Team tracked strong thunderstorms through East Texas Friday evening. A second line of storms moved through as well and all of it has now moved to northern Gulf coast where more storms are expected through today.

Friday's storms have moved east (KPRC)

The weekend

We will have some mist and fog hanging around through the morning hours ahead of a front that is making its way toward the Gulf. Gradual clearing will occur through the day with sun being our friend by this afternoon as we top out in the mid 80s for high temperatures.

Saturday warm up with sun by afternoon (KPRC)

The weekend will continue to be delightful Sunday as high pressure builds in and an onshore wind begins to pick up again, the start of what will be a three day trend of warm moist air from the Gulf ahead of our next rain during the Wednesday-Thursday time period.

High pressure will work to provide a super Sunday (KPRC)

Looking ahead to the week ahead, expect warmer than normal temperatures and rain chances mid-week! Enjoy this weekend!

Warmer than normal week ahead (KPRC)

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