People should be aware of thunderstorms and heavy rain that are expected to hit Houston. According to The National Weather Service, heavy showers and strong storms will arrive this evening in the Houston metropolitan area.
Tomorrow, heavy rain and thunderstorms are possible in Houston and the surrounding region. This is obviously something to keep in mind if you're planning on attending a Veteran's Day ceremony during the morning. Storms should pass through the region from northwest to southeast between 4 a.m. and 10 a.m. After midday, the forecast is generally expected to be sunny with intermittent clouds.
The weather is expected to be clear and moderately warm in the evening (around 70 degrees Fahrenheit). Also, the humidity is expected to hover around 60%. So, if you're going somewhere or meeting loved ones outside during Veteran's Day, it should be fairly pleasant.
The national forecast for Thursday is depicted in the map below. As you can see, rain and thunderstorms are expected in Houston, New Orleans, Miami, and many other cities along the eastern seaboard. Meanwhile, North Dakota, Wyoming, and Montana will be experiencing scattered snow showers.
The National Hurricane Center (NHC) has recently identified an area of low pressure in the Mid-Atlantic, which has the potential to strengthen into a subtropical storm. However, it's headed east toward cooler waters and is expected to dissipate by the weekend. Therefore, it doesn't pose a threat to the United States.
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