Behind severe weather, Houston’s weekend looks sunny and hot

Thursday Evening Storm Recap:

A line of powerful thunderstorms moved through the Houston area Thursday evening, especially towards our northern region.

Parts of Houston picked up over 2 inches while , northern counties saw 3 to 5 inches.

The storms also brought damaging wind that caused extensive power outages and damage to homes and business.

Friday’s Forecast:

We have one last round of rain that moves through Friday. The highest chance of getting more storms is south of I-10. But all of southeast Texas has a low flood and severe weather threat. There is still a chance some storms could bring damaging winds and hail.

Best chance for strong to severe storms are south of I-10.

Friday morning starts off cloudy with just a few showers.

Most of the showers and storms develop around 9 AM with a chance for spotty activity through the early evening.

Rain hugging the coast
Staying wet through Friday afternoon
Headed for the 90s :

Another chance at 90s as we head into the weekend. Be sure to stay hydrated if you are cleaning up after the storms.

Heating up and drying out
10-Day Forecast:

Starting this weekend we head into a much more stable weather pattern. No storms are expected next week. But this pattern is much more of a summertime pattern with heat and humidity through Saturday of next week.

Headed for sunshine and 90s

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