Houston Forecast: Rain moving out, sun moves in! Frosty Saturday morning possible, too!

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HOUSTON — Our wacky weather will continue to give you whiplash over the next 7 days. We’ve got rain, we’ve got sun; warm weather and cold weather and several frosty mornings to boot! 

In the near term, the rainy weather we’ve experiencing Thursday afternoon will wind down overnight. The gusty winds will also begin to lighten up as well. Expect temperature to remain locked in the upper 40s to near 50 through the evening and bottom out in the upper 30s tonight.

Cool temps will greet us Friday afternoon under abundant sunshine before our next system brings a slight chance of rain Sunday and Monday before our next strong cold front moves in by the middle of next week. That front could be strong and bring a large portion of our area frost and or a light freeze.

Gardeners… Do NOT plant a thing yet. NOAA’s long range outlook for next week suggests things will stay cold over Texas and a large part of the USA.

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THURSDAY NIGHT: The rain will be winding down and moving out. Temperatures will fall, especially once the skies begin to clear late tonight, to the mid to upper 30s area wide. Expect a cold start to your finally Friday.

FRIDAY: Sun! You can see clearly now the rain is gone. The sun will also allow your Fri-yay to be slightly warmer too. Look for temperatures in the mid 50s instead of the upper 40s like we saw Thursday. 

THIS WEEKEND: Temps will be near average (mid 60s) on Saturday, underneath fair skies. Slight rain chance returns Sunday evening as the next disturbance works its way north of the area. Any Sunday showers should be late in the day.

NEXT WEEK: We’ll begin the week on the warm side with temps in the 70s but the next cold front will race through the area mid week and could bring our next possible frost and freeze for a large part of southeast Texas by Thursday morning.


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2020-02-20 17:59:00