The cold front arrives Monday
In preparation for Monday’s warm-up, daytime highs peak in the low 80s ahead of a cold front. The front should arrive during the afternoon and continue to press east through Monday evening. As the rain passes, the chances of storms increase. Some storms could become strong or severe but the best possibility for severe storms will be north and east of Houston.
Houston’s extreme potential:
The strongest storms will likely miss Houston Monday afternoon and evening as the cold front swings east. The best energy is concentrated north and east of the metro. However, stay weather alert – Houston has a marginal (1 in 5) risk for severe storms which means there is a chance of an isolated strong to severe thunderstorm.
Travel day is Wednesday
No problems traveling to Texas on Wednesday. If you are heading to the East Coast there will be problems. Snow in the Northeast, rain south of DC into Florida. The rest of the country looks good.
As for tracking the chance of rain on Thanksgiving, coverage and intensity will depend on a low pressure system developing offshore. What is certain is that temperatures stay cool. Morning temperatures will be in the mid to upper 40s with daytime highs in the low 60s.
10 day forecast:
Rain chances rise to 40-50% Monday from a cold front. After the front we will see cool, dry weather around the holidays. We have a slight chance of rain on Thursday next week, continuing into the weekend.
Track the tropics:
A storm outbreak in the southern Caribbean failed to develop into Tropical Storm Vince. The area of storms generated by the low pressure area is now affecting Cuba and the Bahamas.
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