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Last Map Update: Wed, Oct. 18, 2017 at 7:14:16 pm CDT

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Rain chances will increase by the end of the work week as Gulf moisture returns to the region. Isolated to scattered showers are expected to develop across the coastal waters Thursday, spreading inland as scattered showers and thunderstorms on Friday. Some of these showers and thunderstorms may be capable of brief heavy rain on Friday.
A storm system will approach Texas from the Pacific this weekend, resulting in periods of scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms across the region. Rain chances are expected to end behind a cold front the storm system sends into Southeast Texas, but there are still a few questions on how the storm system will evolve over the next few days and when the rain chances will end. Be sure to keep up the forecast over the next few days as strong to severe thunderstorms may be possible both Saturday and Sunday as this system arrives.
Houston Area Outlook: Tonight, not as cool with patchy fog possible. End of the week and over the weekend, increasing rain chances (some locally heavy rainfall possible) until a cold front moves through on Sunday; warmer overnight low temperatures. The start of next week: cooler and drier.
Galveston Area Outlook: Tonight, not as cool with patchy fog possible inland. End of the week and over the weekend, increasing rain chances (some locally heavy rainfall possible) until a cold front moves through on Sunday; warmer overnight low temperatures. The start of next week: cooler and drier.
College Station Area Outlook: Tonight, not as cool with patchy fog possible. End of the week and over the weekend, increasing rain chances (some locally heavy rainfall possible) until a cold front moves through on Sunday; warmer overnight low temperatures. The start of next week: cooler and drier. College Station area outlook: Cool again tonight (record low is 36 degrees set in 194h8); warming trend the rest of the week with increasing rain chances at the end of the week and over the weekend; cooler and drier the start of next week after the passage of the next cold front.