Wind chill temperatures this morning are in the 30s across the Houston area, and for the first time in more than a week it really feels like winter outside. And it’s going to remain that way.
Winds will finally die down today, but temperatures are only likely to rise to about 50 degrees. Lows will fall into the 30s, but won’t reach freezing levels in the metro area. Welcome to the new normal for this week and weekend.
Wednesday looks to be the warmest day, with high temperatures of around 60 degrees.
Temperatures on New Years Eve — heading toward midnight — will generally be in the upper 40s, with partly cloudy skies. So bundle up!
Houston may see a slight chance of rain on Tuesday night, but for the most part this week we will be dry.
The forecast models are split as to whether we’ll see some rain this weekend. If we do it most likely will be in the form of light rain. I wouldn’t have any confidence in a weekend forecast yet, beyond the fact that it’s going to be cold.
This colder pattern will stick around for the next eight or nine days before we finally begin to see high temperatures climb back up into the upper 60s.