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Today is a humid and hot one with highs topping off in the low-mid 90s.
With only an isolated 10 to 20% chance for a small spotty afternoon shower.
Rain and potentially strong to severe storms make a return this weekend. Saturday late night into overnight Sunday will be the time frame to watch.
If you were planning on having Saturday night plans now is a good time to adjust. Showers and storms look to push in after 9 p.m., pushing to downtown by 1 a.m. and potentially lingering until 3 a.m.
We have been flagged by the Storm Prediction Center for a threat level 3 on the 1 to 5 scale for a portion of Grimes, Walker, San Jacinto and Polk counties. Threat level 2 through Harris County and down to 1 closer to the coast.
This is a similar setup to what we saw Thursday and so the threats are similar too. Mainly strong wind and small hail.
Then, things get hot! Computer models continue to advertise the possibility of highs reaching the triple-digit mark by the end of next week. Adjust your outdoor plans accordingly!
High pressure anchored overhead will remain nearly stationary throughout next week meaning temperatures will inch upwards each day. Highs could hit 100°, which would come a solid month before the average.
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