By Gene Norman
Some like it cool - does that describe you? Well, if it does, you're really going to like the next few days. The chill that arrived in the wake of Monday's near gale force winds left us a crisp, cool Tuesday. A veil of high clouds streaming in overhead may keep temperatures from falling area-wide into the 30s overnight. However, I expect that veil to thin tomorrow and Thursday. That should allow morning temperatures to dip close to freezing for some neighborhoods north of Houston and in the upper 30s in town. High pressure keeps the afternoons cool and dry with mostly sunny skies. Another reinforcing blast of colder Canadian air is set to arrive by the end of the week. A light freeze descends across the area by Saturday morning. Too early to tell if its winter's last hurrah.
TONIGHT: Fair and chilly. Temperatures falling through the upper 40s in the evening to the low 40s in town and some upper 30s for northern suburbs. Light south winds 5-10 mph.
NORMAN NUMBER FOR WEDNESDAY IS: 8
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny and crisp early, then milder by afternoon. Highs in the upper 60s. Breezy with becoming west to northwest 10-15 mph.
NORMAN NUMBER FOR THURSDAY IS: 8
THURSDAY: Sunny and continued cool. Morning temperatures in the upper 30s with a light freeze in northern neighborhoods. Highs in the low to mid 60s. Breezy with north and northwest winds 5-10 mph.
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