HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) – Some trick-or-treaters could be forced to stay when heavy thunderstorms drift through south-east Texas. We can…
HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) –
Some trick-or-treaters could be forced to stay when heavy thunderstorms drift through south-east Texas. We can expect two storms today, one in the afternoon and another in the evening.
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The first round of rain will develop during the afternoon heat when strong thunderstorms develop in the hot, blurred air that blows over Houston. Some of these storms can rotate and produce short tornadoes.
The second round of rain will develop along a cold front, and this storm size is likely to reach Houston sometime after 6 PM. If you can, you want to get your trick or treat done as early as possible and also have an indoor option if your neighborhood is stormed out. This solid storm size can produce heavy winds up to 60 km / h, big hail and smaller street floods.
When the storm is finished Thursday morning, the temperature will be considerably cooler for a couple of days with flames that might reach the upper 40s for the first time in the fall.
We will enjoy another stretch of sunny, cold weather entering the first weekend of November, and we will have an extra hour to enjoy what the bells fall back an hour Sunday. Saturday looks dry, but rain can return for a part of Sunday.
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