Weather Forecast Houston
The temperature has been very cold over the last week, with temperatures below 50 degrees nearly every day. That should change today and tomorrow as skies clear and we warm up to the mid-fifties again. The temperature will continue to rise into the upper 60s and 70s Sunday and Monday before another front moves through Tuesday morning. Weather Forecast Houston
Temps will be chilly again tonight with the possibility of fog and isolated light icing possible NW of Houston up around Washington county where a Winter Weather Advisory is in place until 6 AM Thursday. Major issues are not expected, but some icy spots could develop on bridges, sidewalks, etc.
Temperatures will remain chilly through Wednesday with rain lingering in the forecast. We will see a few rounds of light to moderate rain moving through Wednesday night and Thursday morning, tapering off during Thursday afternoon. Flooding is still a concern, especially in areas that have picked up a few inches of rain recently.
Winds will be breezy and unsettled as a front moves in on Tuesday. The area will see a few showers and thunderstorms on this front, with the Storm Prediction Center placing parts of SE Texas under a threat level of 1/5.
We expect a few rain showers and storms on this front overnight into Tuesday morning. The best chance for severe weather is a small chance of gusty winds and large hail with the front.
There are some lingering clouds over the Coast, South Central, and a small portion of the South zone this morning with the potential for some showers in these locations. These clouds should keep the morning lows a bit lower, but the high will climb into the upper 60s in most places this afternoon.
Clouds will increase this weekend with highs in the mid-fifties to nearly seventy for most of the ERCOT region. A few lingering clouds East will also affect Sunday.
Increasing clouds and cooler air will move in Saturday evening with lows dropping to the 30s for much of the area and the ERCOT region. This is not quite as cold as the past few days and we will see some freezes in the DFW metroplex this evening.
A few more rain showers will also move through the area Friday into Saturday with some lingering clouds in the forecast for Saturday. We will have some brighter, drier conditions by Sunday with highs in the mid-fifties and some sunshine returning to the area.
We expect some fog to form Saturday along the coast as a few more showers move in. Fortunately, the weather will be milder and sunnier Saturday and Sunday as well with highs in the mid-60s to nearly seventy for most of the area.