FRIDAY'S FORECAST HIGHS
SATURDAY'S FORECAST HIGHS
Is THIS what December is supposed to look like? Not quite exactly. The return of southeast winds over the next few days and a relatively flat upper-air pattern signals a warm-up for Texas as a new month begins in a few days. Is there cooler weather down the road? Not until possibly the end of next week. Also, there's been an alarming lack of rain this month. We've only seen .65" at Bush (3.54" below normal) and .67" at Hobby (3.51" below normal). There's a slight chance for a few passing showers Friday, but unless there is measurable rainfall, this November will go down as the 6th driest.
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy early with increasing low clouds after midnight and areas of fog by sunrise. Some of the fog could be dense in spots. Overnight lows in the mid to upper 50s. Southeast winds 5-10 mph.
FRIDAY: Partly to mostly cloudy skies after morning fog lifts. Brief passing showers are possible. Highs in the low to mid 70s. Winds southeast 8-15 mph.
SATURDAY: Morning fog followed by partly cloudy skies; a breezy, balmy and warm feel. Highs near 80 (the record is 82° set in 1970). Southeast winds 10-15 mph.