HOUSTON – A fall front is coming our way for the weekend, but not before more scattered showers and warm weather, according to Meteorologist Chita Craft.
Temps start out in the low- to mid-70s Wednesday morning. A slight rain chance kicks in by late morning. Rain chances ramp up to 40 percent by early Wednesday afternoon.
Thursday looks similar with a 40-percent rain chance and highs in the low-80s.
Drier conditions move in for Friday as our temps drop a few degrees for the weekend. Winds will be out of the northeast, so that will help keep the humidity low through the weekend.
Temps will be in the upper-70s and low-80s for your Saturday and Sunday, perfect for outdoor activities.
Rain is in the forecast for Election Day on Nov. 8 as a front is expected to move in.
Be sure to download the KHOU Hurricane Preparedness Guide and go to Hurricane Central for tips on preparing.
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