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Going to keep this short so I can go out and enjoy this wonderful weather. First, I'm happy to report that it's going to stay like this for the next few days with only some minor changes. In the morning, there might be some fog or haze forming in the more moist air. Then, a cool front pushes through late Monday night, but without providing any rain. The most we should expect is a change in wind direction. Otherwise, our next best chance for rain won't arrive until late next week.
The weather looks good for the annual MLK parade set to kick off Monday at 10 am in front of Minute Maid Park. Here's what it looked like last year, when it was in the balmy 70s under cloudy skies:
If you're headed there this year, bring a jacket; it'll be briefly cool.
TONIGHT: Fair and cool. Temperatures falling through the 50s and bottoming out in the mid 40s in town. Light southeast winds 5-10 mph. Areas of fog develop toward sunrise; could be briefly dense in spots.
NORMAN NUMBER FOR SUNDAY: 9
SUNDAY: A cool morning, then becoming much warmer with a mix of sun and fair weather clouds. Highs in the upper 60s with southerly winds 5-10 mph.
NORMAN NUMBER FOR MONDAY, MLK DAY: 8
MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR DAY: Areas of fog early with a brief cool feel. 10 am parade weather: partly cloudy, cool with temperatures in the mid to upper 50s and light northerly winds. For the rest of the day, partly cloudy skies and mild highs in the mid 60s. North winds 5-10 mph.
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