More storms ahead this week

A line of storms Saturday night brought drought relief, but also some of the coolest temperatures since late April. We should see at least one more complex of strong storms Tuesday, then the potential for a last round on Wednesday. This rain is much needed as areas south of Houston are now in a severe to extreme drought. Following the final round of rain late Wednesday, more hot, humid air will build in through this weekend with highs back in the mid-90s.

More rain and storms expected this week

After the weekend's storms, get ready for two, or possibly three more rounds of thunderstorms before we return to a hot, humid pattern late this week.

Monday afternoon weather forecast

A line of storms Saturday night brought drought relief, but also some of the coolest temperatures since late April. We should see at least one more complex of strong storms Tuesday, then the potential for a last round on Wednesday. This rain is much needed as areas south of Houston are now in a severe to extreme drought. Following the final round of rain late Wednesday, more hot, humid air will build in through this weekend with highs back in the mid 90s.

Sunday night leading into Monday morning weather forecast

Southeast Texas received a good serving of much-needed rain on Saturday night. Monday could see an isolated shower but higher rain chances return to the forecast starting Tuesday. The end of the week will bring warmer temperatures with fewer chances for rain.

Sunday Morning Forecast with Meteorologist Lena Maria

Round 1 of beneficial rainfall this week turned out to be a win, with many receiving between 1-3". That will put a dent in the drought, with several more opportunities for accumulation through midweek. Mostly dry through Monday night aside from isolated activity. Tuesday and Wednesday look to bring more promising rain chances, with pleasantly cooler temperatures lasting through the end of the week.

Saturday night leading into Sunday morning weather forecast

Heat relief is almost here! A cold front will push into Southeast Texas late tonight, bringing much-needed rain to the area. Some of the storms could be strong to severe, packing gusty winds and even some hail. An active pattern sets up heading into next week with daily rain and storm chances. Improving weather conditions look to return just in time for the Memorial Day Holiday Weekend.

Saturday Morning Forecast with Meteorologist Lena Maria

Today is the grand finale to our hot, dry stretch and it's going to feel every bit like it with heat indices soaring into the triple digits. Our much anticipated front arrives late tonight, bringing cooler temperatures in addition to daily shower and storm chances through the middle of next week. Sunshine returns just in time for the holiday weekend!

Friday night leading into Saturday morning weather forecast

Heat relief is almost here! We'll have to endure one more hot and humid day, with highs on Saturday afternoon climbing into the 90s and feels like temperatures approaching 102. A cold front will push into Southeast Texas late Saturday night into Sunday morning, spreading in rain and thunderstorms. This front will stall nearby, bringing multiple rain and storm chances into much of next week.

Friday evening weather forecast with Meteorologist Adrienne Vonn

Heat relief is almost here! We'll have to endure one more hot and humid day, with highs on Saturday afternoon climbing into the 90s and feels like temperatures approaching 102. A cold front will push into Southeast Texas late Saturday night into Sunday morning, spreading in rain and thunderstorms. This front will stall nearby, bringing multiple rain and storm chances into much of next week.

End of our hot, dry stretch is on the horizon

Plan for two more days of 90+ with gusty south winds. A wind advisory is in effect today for western counties through 6pm, with winds that could occasionally top 25mph. Late Saturday night through early next Thursday morning, a stalled front will sway over the region keeping daily chances for rounds of rain and storms in the forecast. Severe weather is not expected, but some heavy downpours may work their way into the mix from time to time. The sun looks to return late Thursday, with improving conditions heading into Memorial Day Weekend.

Friday weather forecast: Warm morning, then mostly sunny, breezy and hot

Finally, after a three week long heat wave, help is on the way Sunday through Wednesday with a daily round of rain and temperatures back in the 80s. Until then, today and Saturday will likely bring more low to mid 90s with breezy south winds and plenty of humidity. Models are hinting at some heavy rain on Tuesday, so we will keep an eye on that. In the tropics, everything remains quiet other than a broad area of low pressure over Central America that could bring flooding there.

Friday morning weather forecast

An end to our three week long heat wave is in sight as much needed rain could hold temperatures in the mid 80s for much of next week. In the meantime, more record or near record heat will remain in place through Saturday. Galveston set another record high on Thursday afternoon. That makes the 10th record high for Galveston this month alone.

Thursday evening weather forecast with Meteorologist John Dawson

An end to our three-week-long heat wave is in sight as much-needed rain could hold temperatures in the mid-80s for much of next week. In the meantime, more record or near-record heat will remain in place through Saturday. Galveston set another record high on Thursday afternoon. That makes the 10th record high for Galveston this month alone.

Hot couple days followed by a welcomed front

A couple more hot and breezy afternoons, and then it's time to throw a party! We're dipping back into the 80s and breaking out of this multi-week heatwave. The weekend will be off to a very humid start, though rain chances look fairly minimal Saturday and mostly in the northern portions of our viewing area. As a front approaches late Saturday and stalls it keeps rain and storm chances in our forecast through midweek. Plan for rounds of rain, varying in intensity, and nonsevere storms through at least Wednesday possibly even Thursday which will bring a delightful dip in both daytime highs, and overnight lows.

Thursday afternoon weather forecast

An end to our three week long heat wave is in sight as much needed rain could hold temperatures in the mid 80s for much of next week. In the meantime, more record or near record heat will remain in place today through Saturday. Today's record high for Galveston is just 87° and that will likely be broken. If it is, it will mark the 10th record high for Galveston this month alone. We have also had 20 days in a row with above normal temperatures and today will make day 21.

Thursday morning weather forecast

The week ends just like it started, but changes are coming this weekend for Houston with the return of clouds and scattered showers. This new pattern with daily rain chances and slightly cooler temperatures will extend into the start of next week. In the meantime, expect breezy and hot conditions through Friday.