Wednesday will be another hot one for Houstonians, with high temperatures in the lower- to mid-90s.
Houston could experience record-high temperatures Tuesday as heat soars to the upper-90s by midday.
High temperatures in Houston will be in the mid- to lower-90s through the weekend, according to meteorologists.
The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for all of the Houston area and its surrounding communities ahead of heavy rain expected over the next 36 hours.
Heavy rainfall this weekend could pose a risk for flash flooding in Houston, according to the National Weather Service.
Wednesday will be partly sunny with a chance for scattered showers in Houston.
The first disturbance of the 2020 hurricane season was reported Tuesday morning – weeks before the season starts.
Showers are expected to move through Houston on Tuesday evening, which kick of a trend of wet weather for the city through the weekend.
Rain showers will push through Houston on Friday afternoon, bringing a threat for severe weather along with them.
Enjoy a sunny, breezy Thursday in Houston.
The last of overnight storms that drizzled over Houston moved off the coast early Wednesday morning.
A small line of storms will move through Houston on Tuesday, bringing rain throughout the area.
Houstonians are in store for a bout of severe thunderstorms Tuesday night, meteorologists say.
At least three people were killed and 33 people were injured as a possible tornado ripped through the small East Texas city of Onalaska, about 85 miles north of Houston.
A bout of showers and thunderstorms north of the Houston metro Wednesday will make way for pleasant and warm weather into next week.
Houston will experience increasing rain chances throughout the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
Sunday will be the start of a week-long rain period for Houston, which includes the likelihood of showers and thunderstorms on Memorial Day, meteorologists say.