HOUSTON — Happy Columbus Day! Do you have the day off? Or is it just a normal back to work... back to school Monday? Either way- rain chances really increase by the afternoon. Keep the umbrellas handy all throughout the day. A quick half inch of rain is possible for everyone but there could be higher amounts where a few strong storms set up. Just keep that in mind as you are out and about midday and afternoon.
We get a break Tuesday morning before rain chances ramp back up Tuesday night and Wednesday morning with the passage of another (weak) cold front.
HOUSTON WEATHER TIMELINE:
MON, Oct 14: Rain chances increase as we go through the day. Rain chance is 40% in the morning, 60% by lunch, then 70% in the afternoon. Highs return to the mid 80's.
TUE, Oct 15: Rain ends Monday night then we get a dry start to Tuesday morning. By Tuesday afternoon and evening however, rain chances go back up as a cold front approaches from the north. Highs nearing 90 degrees.
Wed, Oct 16: Rain is likely overnight into Wednesday morning. A cold front will push the rain away into the Gulf by Wednesday afternoon and shift the winds around to the north. Highs in the mid 70's expected
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