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HOUSTON – Look for highs Saturday to be well above normal with many locations reaching the 88 and 89-degree mark.
There are slim chances of showers for the main Houston metro, but not so for areas to the north and west of Houston, where an unsettled atmosphere is leading toward 50-60 percent rain chances. There is a tornado watch in place until 6 p.m. for more than 20 counties in Central Texas.
The remnant low of what was Tropical Storm Sergio is moving along a stationary boundary from west to east and that is what is causing the watch.
Changes are coming late Sunday into Monday as a cold front slides south, bringing cooler temperatures and rain. There will be a 27-degree temperature drop from the highs of this weekend to the highs in the low to mid-60s on Tuesday.
Look for showers to stick around all week along with lower than normal high temperatures in the mid-60s to low 70s.
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