WEATHER

Bell County rain chances continue to drop while what remains of Hurricane Harvey, now a tropical storm, continues to gradually move northeast.

Rain chances are expected to be around 20 percent Wednesday with mostly cloudy skies at night, according to the National Weather Service five-day forecast. The projected high will be in the mid-80s, while lows will be in the upper 60s.

That trend is expected to continue Thursday, however, rain chances are expected to be around zero. Thursday’s high will be 87 degrees, while the forecasted low will be 69.

The forecast for Friday and Saturday calls for mostly sunny skies as temperatures will creep toward the low 90s by midday Saturday.

Lows for both days will remain in the upper 60s.

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