One last day of potentially stormy weather as heat looms later this week

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Following fairly widespread storms on Monday, the atmosphere remains disturbed today. As a result we should see another round of showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon hours today. However, I think coverage and intensity will be a bit less, with perhaps 50 percent of the region seeing rainfall. Partly to mostly cloudy skies this afternoon should limit high temperatures into the mid- to upper-80s. Winds, outside of thunderstorms, should be light. Lows tonight will drop to around 70 degrees.

Here’s your high temperature forecast for Tuesday. How long will it be before we see temperate weather like this again? (Weather Bell)


This will be a bit of a transition day, with some scattered showers and thunderstorms, and partly sunny skies. Look for high temperatures near 90 degrees.

Thursday and Friday

As high pressure moves in, temperatures will go up. And truth be told, we’re going to flip a switch and go into full-on summer, with mostly sunny skies and highs in the mid-90s. Nighttime temperatures will be noticeably warmer too, bumping up into the mid-70s with that sultry humidity you know and either love or loathe. (Yes, some people do love the Houston humidity). Rain chances each day will be about 10 percent with the afternoon sea breeze.

Saturday and Sunday

More of the same. We’re taking highs in the mid-90s, sunny skies, and humidity.

Oh no? Oh yes. (Weather Bell)

Next week

Not to end this forecast on too much of a downer, but there is some question about how much hotter it might get next week. The upper 90s, probably. It’s a tiny bit early for 100-degree heat, but certainly not unprecedented. It will feel like a blowtorch regardless. Welcome to summer 2023, y’all.

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7 thoughts on “One last day of potentially stormy weather as heat looms later this week”

  1. As we ratchet up to for a H&H summer in the region, can you share your thoughts on the intensity of heat we will experience this summer and the frequency of rain for the season? I am really hoping we will not have a repeat of the summer of ’22.

    • We haven’t gotten an ENSO update from the guys but the Eastern Pacific tropics are hotter than they’ve been since 2019. That “normally” has meant a hot summer but with RAIN for our part of the Gulf Coast. It’ll be great!

      • Thanks–I can deal with the heat (as long as we don’t exceed 100 by crazy amounts) as long as we have some regular rain breaks.

  2. I totally get not digging 20 or 30° weather. As I’ve gotten older I don’t like the cold as much as I used to. But I cannot wrap my head around ANYONE enjoying heat indexes of 100 or more for the next 3 months. That coupled with the threat of tropical systems this time of year. Why can’t it be Fall all year round? 🍂 🎃 Lol

  3. We’ve had splendid weather for the last 8 months and going into June! No freezes, no floods, below average temps; great weather IMO. Now it’s time to pay the piper. Bring it!

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