Houston is going to stay high and dry for the upcoming week.
Thursday will be another hot day with a 30-percent chance for an isolated shower.
We are expecting hotter weather and less chances of rain, but you should still keep the umbrella handy, KHOU 11 News Chief Meteorologist Gene Norman said.
Rain coverage is not expected to be very widespread Tuesday afternoon but there is still a 30 to 40-percent chance that some areas will see some rain.
It was a quiet start to the morning for much of southeast Texas, but that was expected to change yet again in the early afternoon hours Tuesday.
There are some storms popping up Sunday night, but they’re not nearly as severe as those seen on Saturday.
Only scattered showers were spotted in the early hours Monday, but the rain was expected to pick up closer to lunchtime, KHOU 11 News Meteorologist David Paul said.
There is still a slight chance for a few spotty showers around town, but for the most part we can expect a mix of sun and clouds for Friday afternoon.
After the cooler temperatures during the week and a half of rain, typical scorching July temperatures are back.