Less rain and more heat for Houston

HOUSTON, Texas -- Most of the moisture associated with Barry has moved away. There's still just enough of it around to help spark a shower or a storm when the sea breeze moves through this afternoon.

Now that our rain chances are decreasing, our temps will soar into the middle 90s into the weekend. Feels like temps will routinely rise above the 105 mark so prepare for the heat.

Speaking of Barry, it continues to weaken and dissipate as it accelerates eastward toward the northeast states.

You will need to stay weather aware as Barry may have a second act for southeast Texas. The remnant moisture of Barry will be making a loop back into Texas, and this will bring back a chance for scattered thunderstorm development. Because this moisture will stay entirely over land, there will be no tropical development. This will just be typical summer thunderstorms.

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