The front will blow in cooler air along with some rain showers for Friday morning and when you head outside it will feel like a different season in Houston. After nearing our record high of 92 Thursday afternoon, temperatures will drop all the way into the upper 50s by sunrise.
This fall front will be our strongest so far this fall, and it will likely bring a few showers and a couple of weak thunderstorms as it moves through. We should see some sunshine by mid afternoon.
Cool air will continue to roll in Friday night. We should start off Saturday with temperatures in the mid 50s, then sunshine warms highs into the upper 70s during the afternoon.
A warm front will blow in Saturday night, bringing back warm, sticky weather by sunrise Sunday. While another cold front will dip into Texas after the weekend, it looks like it may stall out well to our north, leaving us in the warm, humid air for most of next week. That also means we’ll have some chances for showers until our next cold front arrives toward the end of next week.
Montgomery/Walker/San Jacinto/Polk/Grimes Counties
Fort Bend/Wharton/Colorado Counties
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