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Sunday, February 10, 2013

Damp & Cool Days Ahead

By Gene Norman

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Get set for a week that starts with little sun, some rain and a chill in the air. Perhaps it could be the perfect recipe for lovers, looking for an excuse to snuggle on Valentine's Day. The first of several cold fronts slipped across Southeast Texas today; it hangs up along the coast tonight and tomorrow. The image above depicts clouds and rain lingering Monday along the stalled front. Meanwhile, a series of upper level disturbances will ride over the stalled boundary producing periodic bouts of rain. A stronger cold front arrives by mid-week, putting an end to the rain, ushering in colder days. A final push of cold air greets visitors to the Bayou City for next weekend's NBA All-Star festivities.

TONIGHT: Cloudy, breezy and cool with occasional light rain. Temperatures holding in the low to mid 50s. Northeast wind 5-10 mph.

NORMAN NUMBER FOR MONDAY: 6
MONDAY: Cloudy, cool with occasional periods of light rain. Temperatures barely getting above 60°. Steady northeast winds 10-15 mph.

NORMAN NUMBER FOR TUESDAY: 5
TUESDAY: Cloudy with periods of rain becoming steadier and more widespread through the day. Rainfall amounts approach 1/2"-1". Temperatures in the morning start in the mid 50s, rising to the low to mid 60s with north and northeast winds 5-10 mph.


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