A foggy morning in Houston with a heavy fog warning in effect
Give yourself a little extra time to head to work this morning. Fog formed overnight, and the roads were wet from fog and drizzle. You will also notice that our temperature is warmer this morning and afternoon. We’ll climb into the mid 60s later today under partly cloudy skies. A cold front is moving in tonight. It won’t bring rain, but it will bring a strong blast of cold air.
The front drops temperatures Friday morning. Houston will start out in the upper 30s with temperatures near freezing in our northern cities. The high 40s return starting tomorrow and continuing through Sunday. We will also have strong north winds between 10 and 20 mph with gusts as high as 30 mph.
We’ll wake up Saturday morning in the upper 20s as areas north of Houston see the potential for another hard freeze. More freeze warnings are likely, but this cold won’t be as severe as this week. Saturday afternoon will be in the mid 40s. Sunday morning we will have another chance to freeze before we warm up next week.
Alert next week:
As of Monday, southeast Texas is moving into the storm’s path and it may be difficult to move out of it. It looks like we’ll continue to get rain almost every day through the end of the week. We already have a moderate flood threat on Monday. Our long-range models are also showing a huge amount of rain through Thursday. We will keep you updated on these very important predictions.
10 day forecast:
We are warmer next week but rain is expected.
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