We’re beginning to sound like a broken record, I know. But Houston will have a few more amazing days of dry, sunny weather, and cool nights, before this splendid spring begins to fade away. Get thy selves outside!
If you liked Thursday (and how could you not?) you’ll like Friday as well. A dry cool front will push through this morning, helping to keep our weather pleasant for the weekend, as well. Look for high temperatures around 80 degrees today, with lots of sunshine.
Another very nice day. Sunny. Around 80 degrees. Low around 60. Soak. It. Up.
By later Saturday the onshore flow should kick in, which will lead to some steady warming later in the week. However, Sunday should still see some really nice weather across the region—with high temperatures in the low 80s and mostly sunny skies. Sunday night will be warmer, probably in the mid-60s for Houston, with cooler temperatures north, and warmer south.
Monday and Tuesday
As the onshore flow kicks in, I expect to see clouds mixing into the skies, but we still should see some sunshine. At this point a large, upper-level storm system that is presently over the Pacific Ocean should be moving closer to Texas, and this may create a few scattered showers on these days. But for the most part, it still should be fairly nice, with highs in the low 80s and nights in the upper 60s.
Wednesday and beyond
The middle of next week still looks quite warm, with highs in the mid- to upper-80s, and warm nights in the 70s. Rain chances are also on the rise, but I don’t think we’re looking at anything extreme—by then I suspect we’ll be hoping for some rain due to drying conditions in our soils. Either way, by Wednesday or so I think with the humidity rise, we’ll understand that spring is near its end. Hopefully another front will make it through by Friday or so, which if it happens would make for another pretty nice weekend. No promises at this point!