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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

This Spring Feel Won't Last Long



The old adage, "March comes in like a lion" will certainly apply to southeast Texas weather the next few days. Southerly winds continue to keep temperatures in the 60s and 70s today. That same muggy air fuels showers and thunderstorms that will form along a fast-moving cold front sweeping in from the north. As the front moves into north Texas, it brings the threat of ice to Dallas. No threat of that closer to metro Houston, although up around Huntsville or College Station, there could be some sleet early Thursday.

It is a real cold front, however. So get ready to trade your rain gear for winter coats! The warmest part of Thursday will be daybreak, when it could be around 45°. Steady north winds drive the mercury into the upper 30s under cloudy skies by the afternoon!  We'll shiver close to the freezing mark by Friday morning.

The Norman Number for Wednesday, March 4 in Houston is 7. Again, before the big change, it'll be a warm, breezy and balmy day with mostly cloudy skies early giving way to some sun by afternoon. The threat for rain doesn't arrive until late in the evening.




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