By Gene Norman
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Are you ready for more days like this? That sun-drenched shot comes from the University of Houston campus looking toward the heart of the Bayou City. Get used to more of the same because there's very little change expected in this wonderful weather pattern which rounds out Spring Break week. About the only thing that might be a little different by the time we get to Friday is there may be a few fair weather clouds. That will be primarily due to an increase in low-level moisture and humidity as southeast winds return. However, there's no sign of rain anywhere until possibly Monday or Tuesday of next week.
As mentioned yesterday, pollen continues to be an issue for allergy sufferers - the only blemish in our great weather. Check the latest pollen count here.
NORMAN NUMBER FOR THURSDAY, MARCH 14:
TONIGHT: Fair and mild, light winds. Lows in the mid 40 to upper 40s in Houston, low 40s for far north neighborhoods and mid 50s along the coast.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny, continued mild. Highs in the mid 70s with light southeast winds 5-10 mph.
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny with occasional fair weather clouds. Highs in the mid 70s, southeast winds 5-10 mph.