10 Day Forecast Houston

10-Day Forecast Houston, TX

Temperatures will be chilly today, but the rains will end as the high pressure settles in over the area, Cady said. A cold front will bring showers on Monday, but the dry air behind the front will allow for some lows to get down into the 40s, he added.  10-Day Forecast Houston

The sun will come out for a few hours this morning, but it will be cloudy again this afternoon and into the evening. That dry air will make it a bit cooler this week, with highs dropping to the upper 70s and lows into the 50s, according to Cady.

Weather conditions should be fairly good for a few days, then it's looking a bit more cloudy and wet in the coming weeks, Cady said. Winds will be from the north, around 15 mph.

Summer temperatures will be a bit warmer than normal this year, with the hottest periods in late June and early July. Watch for tropical storms in that time frame.

Winters will be a little cooler than usual, with the chilliest period in January and February. Precipitation will be below average during this time, but snowfall is expected in the north on occasion.

Partly Cloudy skies will develop this afternoon and evening, with a chance of some light showers. Then, it should be mostly clear and sunny through Sunday.

The average temperature in Houston varies significantly over the course of the year. The warmest month is July, with an average high temperature of 88degF. The coolest month is January, with an average low temperature of 47degF.

Seasonal Variations in Windspeeds and Directions

The overall wind speed at any given location varies slightly over the course of the year, but it is generally stronger in the south than in the north. The wide-area hourly average wind vector (speed and direction at 10 meters above the ground) experiences significant seasonal variation, as does the instantaneous wind speed.

Water Temperatures

The average surface temperature of the water surrounding Houston varies significantly over the course of the entire year. Zhangzhou, China (8,103 miles away) is the farthest foreign place with temperatures most similar to Houston's (view comparison).

Sunshine and Cloud Cover

The sun is very visible in Houston about 69% of the time during the year, with the shortest day of the year having 10 hours, and 14 minutes of daylight and the longest day having 14 hours, and 4 minutes of daylight. The number of cloudy days in Houston is slightly higher than the number of sunny days.

Nighttime temperatures in Houston vary significantly over the course of the year. The shortest night of the year is December 21, with 7 hours, and 9 minutes of darkness; the longest night of the year is June 21, with 14 hours, and 4 minutes of darkness.

Sunrise and Sunset

The earliest sunrise in Houston is at 6:20 AM on June 10, and the latest sunset is at 7:37 PM on November 4. This figure shows the average length of each day of the year in 2023.