Sunday was our coolest day since February 16th. Yesterday was just a little bit milder. Today? Quiet, similar, and not bad at all.
Today and Wednesday
No weather woes the next couple days. We’re starting off quite a bit chilly this morning, with 40s across much of the area and even some 30s north of Conroe.
As the day goes on, expect plenty of sunshine and temperatures cresting in the mid or perhaps upper 60s. We’ll have another cool night tonight, but expect Wednesday morning to start about two to four degrees warmer than today. Wednesday looks like another nice day on the whole. We’ll have just a few more clouds than today, but temperatures should try to crack 70 degrees.
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Thursday and Friday
Onshore flow resumes solidly Thursday. This will likely mean a few more morning clouds and just the slightest chance of a shower or very isolated storm. Friday should see morning clouds, some limited afternoon sunshine, and again a slight chance of a shower. Both days will see humidity turn up a little bit. Temperatures should test the lower 70s on Thursday and the upper 70s Friday.
Weekend & Beyond
We should see this pattern continue this weekend. Expect more clouds than sun, but only a really minor shower chance both days. We will have to watch another backdoor cold front out of western Louisiana. The smart money right now is for it to fizzle out in the Golden Triangle and not get to Houston. But, we’ve seen this a few times since November, and it may usher in some briefly less humid air.
Otherwise, temperatures should continue to edge upwards. Expect highs near 80 or even a hair warmer both Saturday and Sunday as long as the front stays to our east.
The good news is that all of this is mostly low impact, quiet weather, so if you have plans through Sunday, it looks pretty good.
Posted at 6:40 AM by Matt