While not a freeze, it will get cooler across the Lone Star Friday morning. The cold front that sparked the severe weather in the southern Plains and Ozarks Wednesday is pushing through Thursday, sparking a few gusty thunderstorms along the upper Texas coast. By mid-day, breezy northwest winds move in delivering the cooler air. Clearing skies Thursday night will allow the temperatures to slip below 40 in many places. Nowhere near the 1955 record of 31 in Houston for Friday, though.
Don't worry, this winter left-over won't last longer than pizza in the frig. Back to the 80s by Sunday.