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Wednesday, December 12, 2012

One More Time!

I don't know about you, but I've enjoyed the past few mornings.  Waking up to a chilly December morning just makes it feel more like the holidays.  There are signs of the season all around and the weather finally got in line.  Of course, this is Houston, so the cold won't last much longer.  In fact by the end of the week, we're in for a warmer and hopefully wetter change.  Below is the forecast low temperatures tonight.  Still chilly and northern suburbs of Houston again could see a few hours below 32°.

 
 
 
By Friday, however, there is less of a chill as the high pressure cell that delivered the cold blast begins to move to our east. 
 
 
 
With the high to our east, it'll be noticeably milder as southeast winds return by Friday afternoon.  An approaching front also introduces our first rain chance in a while.  In fact, there is now a good chance that we'll see showers part of Saturday with an even more widespread storm chance Sunday.
 
TONIGHT: Clear and chilly with light freeze north of Houston, mid 30s in the city. Light northeast winds 2-5 mph.
 
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny early with increasing cloudiness during the afternoon.  Milder with highs in the mid to upper 60s. East winds becoming southeast 5-10 mph.
 
FRIDAY: Partly to mostly cloudy skies with a slight chance of showers by afternoon. Highs close to 70° with breezy southeast winds 10-15 mph.
 
Tomorrow - a closer look at the rain chances.





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