Wednesday weather forecast

Like the last several days, we will likely reach highs in the upper 90s today with fewer storms than yesterday, but isolated early evening strong storms are possible. Otherwise, we're closely watching the Gulf, but so far the broad area of low pressure remains disorganized. It looks likely that heavy rain will move into Louisiana and Mississippi this weekend. Even if a tropical depression or storm forms, it is not expected to be a strong wind storm, so it's effects on our area are mostly increasing chances for rain late this week.

Tuesday Evening Weather Forecast

The weather will continue to be hot for the rest of the week so take it easy out there. A tropical low is likely to form by Thursday and looks to be heading toward far east Texas and Louisiana. Right now the impact on SE Texas and the Houston area will be rain on Saturday. The heavy rainfall is likely in Louisiana.

Tuesday weather forecast

Lots to unpack in today's forecast including heat, storms and a tropical low in the southern Gulf. Watch for more upper 90s today, but with a good chance for spotty strong late afternoon storms. The rest of the week will stay hot as we watch a low forming well to our south. The disorganized stormy weather in the Bay of Campeche is not moving, but could drift northward toward the northern Gulf Coast late this week. So far, models are showing heavy rain for Louisiana and Mississippi and a brief round of rain Saturday for SE Texas. Check back daily because the track is still uncertain.

Tuesday morning weather forecast

It will be a very hot and humid week with highs in the middle 90s and heat index values in the low 100s. Rain chances will rise over the weekend as a tropical low may pass just to the east of the Houston area, but that may change. We will have a much better idea when the low actually forms in the southern Gulf and the computer models center on it. We will keep a watchful eye on it.

Monday Evening Weather Forecast

It will be a very hot and humid week with highs in the middle 90s and heat index values in the low 100s. Rain chances will rise over the weekend as a tropical low may pass just to the east of the Houston area, but that may change. We will have a much better idea when the low actually forms in the southern Gulf and the computer models center on it. We will keep a watchful eye on it.

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Monday weather forecast

Get ready for another scorcher of a day. Highs all this week will run in the mid to upper 90s along with isolated afternoon storms. The tropics are heating up, too. A low in the far southern Gulf is likely to organize this week, but its track is uncertain. Another small system off the coast of the Carolinas could be upgraded to a tropical depression today, but will have no effect on our area.

Houston-area weather forecast: June 13th

More heat expected on Sunday with highs likely to reach the mid and upper 90s. This comes on the heels of our hottest day of the year! Bush Airport recorded a high of 98° on Saturday and we'll be making another run at it again today. One difference this afternoon will be the threat for storms. Most areas will remain dry, but it's possible we see storms after 3PM so keep an eye to the sky. Our rain chances continue for most of next week as our temperatures remain on the high side, warming into the mid and upper 90s each day.

Houston-area weather forecast: June 12th

Our warm and muggy weather pattern continues this weekend with highs, on Saturday, expected to reach the mid 90s. Don't forget to take frequent breaks if you have to be out in the heat for prolonged periods! Rain chances return on Sunday as a weak boundary could develop a few showers and storms. It'll still be hot, with highs reaching the mid 90s again. The next week will remain on the unsettled sides with several opportunities for rain, however chances do remain low.

Saturday morning weather forecast

Temps will be hot and the humidity will be sticky heading into the weekend. A back-door front will stall near the Houston area early next week and that will bring showers back into the forecast. The temps will also drop by a few degrees, which isn’t too much. We are still monitoring the long range models indicating a tropical low could form in the southwestern Gulf in just over 10 days. It’s still very early, but we will keep an eye on it.

Friday evening weather forecast

The weekend looks warm and quiet with maybe a few showers or storms on Sunday. The coming week will have a daily chance for rain, but it won't be overly soggy like we had a couple of weeks ago. We will also keep watching for a possible low in the southern Gulf. There isn’t much going on yet, but that could change sometime next week.

Friday morning weather with Meteorologist Stephen Morgan

We are off to another mild and muggy start. Temperatures, this afternoon, will likely warm into the mid 90s with mostly sunny skies. Rain chances will remain limited until Sunday afternoon when a few showers could develop along a weak front that'll be moving into the region. Other than that, rain chances remain slim as temperatures remain hot. Also of note, we'll be watching the southern Gulf as we work toward the beginning of next week for potential tropical development. A lot of uncertainty regarding what might develop, but there are signs that some tropical moisture could move toward the Gulf coast as we head into Father's Day weekend.

Friday morning weather forecast

Temps will be hot and the humidity will be sticky heading into the weekend. A back-door front will stall near the Houston area early next week and that will bring showers back into the forecast. The temps will also drop by a few degrees, which isn’t too much. We are still monitoring the long range models indicating a tropical low could form in the southwestern Gulf in just over 10 days. It’s still very early, but we will keep an eye on it.

Thursday evening weather forecast

Temps will be hot and the humidity will be sticky heading into the weekend. A back-door front will stall near the Houston area early next week and that will bring showers back into the forecast. The temps will also drop by a few degrees, which isn’t too much. We are still monitoring the long range models indicating a tropical low could form in the southwestern Gulf in just over 10 days. It’s still very early, but we will keep an eye on it.