Storms Moving Out, Dry Time Coming Thursday!

A lunar eclipse is happening tomorrow morning around 6am
A lunar eclipse is happening tomorrow morning around 6am

10 days of rain will finally break up tomorrow as we’re seeing the last day of storms tomorrow before we finally dry out for a few days.

Tonight’s Super Blood Moon:

Storms have wound down for tonight and should lend to some clearing overnight. Just in time for (hopefully) some clearer skies to catch a glimpse of tonight’s Super Blood Moon! Best chances to see it at it’s maximum will be tomorrow morning at 6:18.

A lunar eclipse is happening tomorrow morning around 6am

We will likely see a cold front try to move in Wednesday but it will fall apart before it gets to Houston but can also help to kick off another round of scattered storms by the afternoon. Rainfall totals could be upwards of 2-4″ by the end of the day from Tuesday and Wednesday’s rain.

Much less coverage of storms for tomorrow afternoon

Late Week Dry Out:

High pressure will be slow to move in from the east but eventually will clear out the rain by mid week, then a stronger high pressure system will move in from Mexico bringing back hot and generally dry weather for Thursday and Friday. However, a front will bring back wet weather on Saturday but should clear out in time for the rest of Memorial Day weekend!


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