Houston Weather: Less rain and more heat as we head into Labor Day weekend | MCUTimes

Houston Weather: Less rain and more heat as we head into Labor Day weekend

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) – Multiple scattered rain showers are possible Thursday and Friday as temperatures rise into the mid and upper 90s.

With a large high-pressure heating building in height, we get less rain and more heat when we go into the holiday weekend.

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What does Labor Day weekend look like?
A heat comb will build into the holiday weekend, bringing more sunshine and more heat. High temperatures will rise to almost 100 under a predominantly sunny sky. A little extra moisture returns to Labor Day to bring more clouds back and a 20% chance of rain.

Is there anything else in the tropics we need to keep an eye on?
A small area of ​​low pressure has formed in the southwestern Caribbean Sea, producing some disorganized showers and storm activity. It has a low chance of developing over the next few days, but we’ll keep an eye on it as it moves into the Southwest Gulf before Sunday. You can keep up with the tropics with our daily tropical update.

NOAA has also released an updated outlook for the Atlantic hurricane season.

Southeast Texas
Harris County

Galveston County
Montgomery / Walker / San Jacinto / Polk / Grimes Counties
Fort Bend / Wharton / Colorado County
Brazoria / Matagorda counties

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