HOUSTON (KTRK) —
The sunshine returns right now, however it’ll nonetheless be chilly with highs solely within the higher 50s. Meteorologist Travis Herzog says we’re catching the again fringe of some brutally chilly arctic air crusing through the Nice Lakes as we speak, however we’ll get hit head on by the subsequent spherical of arctic air this weekend.
A heat entrance blowing in on southerly winds Friday will cloud over the sky, increase temps into the 70s, and usher in a number of showers. Document highs might fall Saturday as temps spike round eighty.
A Blue Norther blasting in late Saturday night might convey a number of showers and storms following by plunging temps into the mid 30s by dawn Sunday. Temps will solely rebound into the 40s with brisk winds Sunday afternoon. The freeze line might attain Houston by Monday morning. Travis says moisture seems to be missing by then, so sorry youngsters, no snow this time.
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