Posted by Eric Berger at 7:59 AM
Good morning, it’s another clear, cool morning and we’re going to warm up to a beautiful day.
Another weak front has moved through, providing us with more dry air today and tonight. Highs should be in the mid-70s and lows tonight in the low 50s. Humidity will be non-existent.
Over the next three days we’re going to see winds gradually swing out of the southeast. This will set the stage for three warm (for winter) days with highs around 80 degrees, lows around 60, and mostly sunny skies. We’ll also see humidity levels creep back up.
Posted by Eric Berger at 8:33 AM
Sorry for the late post this morning, folks. I’m still having some server issues that I’m trying to resolve.
High pressure will reign for the next few days, allowing for warm days with highs generally in the upper 70s and low temperatures in the upper 40s to lower 50s, depending on where you live. Obviously the warmer nights will be the near the coast. We’ll continue to see mostly sunny skies.
We’ll see increasing clouds as winds swing back out of the south, allowing daytime temperatures to probably crack into the lower 80s for some parts of the region. Nights will be warmer, too, with lows only falling to around 60 degrees. Expect partly sunny days. Very spring-like weather.
Posted by Eric Berger at 8:03 AM
Good morning. I hope everyone had a great weekend. This morning we’ll look ahead to spring-like weather and I’l also discuss freeze possibilities for the rest of this winter.
There will be a slight chance of light to moderate rain this morning and into the early afternoon hours as a cold front approaches and moves through the region. I’m not expecting significant accumulations of rain and any showers should be fairly brief. Highs today will be in the mid-70s and winds could be gusty this afternoon as the front moves through.
We’ll see three splendid and sunny spring-time days highs in the 70s and lows in the 50s. The air will be generally dry so it won’t feel particularly humid out. Enjoy the outdoors!
Conditions are even a bit warmer, with highs near 80 degrees, and lows around 60, under mostly sunny skies.
Posted by Eric Berger at 7:44 AM
Good morning. High dewpoints this morning have contributed to fog, which should burn off later. The region is under a dense fog advisory until 9 a.m.
With southwest winds today we should see very warm weather again, with highs likely in the upper 70s to 80 degrees. A weak cold front will slowly push into Houston tonight. It won’t bring any rain but it should cool cool things off a little bit for the weekend.
This should be a pleasant late winter day, with lows around 50 degrees rising into the upper 60s under mostly sunny skies. Light northerly winds.