A cold front brings showers and a few storms Wednesday

A cold front moves in on Wednesday. How does the rest of the week look?

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DAVID TILLMAN: Hello. Meteorologist David Tillman with your one minute weather forecast. We've got to get through some morning showers and thunderstorms for you Wednesday, then we've got several hours and several days of dry, somewhat cool-ish weather on the way. As we look at Wednesday morning, before noon, a 60% to 70% chance for showers and maybe a thunderstorm.

If something does go severe, it will be East of Interstate 45 with an even better chance into Louisiana and Mississippi. By the time we get to the afternoon, we'll get a westerly wind. So it will be less humid and breezy out there, and sunny and warm. Temperatures approaching 80 degrees.

Then we'll get a cool from through here late in the day. That will begin to cool us off tomorrow evening into tomorrow night. Here's Futuretrack showing that overnight tonight we'll begin to watch showers approach the area from the West. So that'll be around for your morning rush hour. That will turn into scattered thunderstorms as we approach the mid-morning hours.

By noontime, a bit of that will be East of Houston, but there could still be a thunderstorm around. And then that will move on to the East and we'll have bright sunshine during the afternoon. Will we have severe weather around here? Well again, East of Interstate 45 is where we have a slim chance.

From Liberty County up towards Lake Livingston, there's a much better chance of seeing severe weather. As a matter of fact, an outbreak of tornadoes and large hail and wind possible across the deep South, well to our East. So 79 for tomorrow, 70% chance. And then as we head through the rest of spring break, it's going to be beautiful with a lot of sunshine. Cool mornings in the 40s, highs in the upper 60s to around 70 and we won't begin to see rain move back in after tomorrow until sometime next week.