A Dense Fog Advisory was in effect until 9 a.m. Monday.
Thick, dense fog socked in many of us this morning. Visibilities dropped to a quarter mile and even down to zero in many locations. We should begin to see improvement by 9 a.m.
Temperatures are running more than 20 degrees warmer than Sunday morning. We started off the day in the low 60s.
Monday afternoon, daytime highs will climb to the low 80s, unseasonably warm! The normal high is 69 for this time of year.
We are tracking a cold front in North Texas. There is a slight chance of showers this afternoon, but a greater chance of showers and storms along the cold front, which arrives tonight into overnight. Keep your umbrellas handy, especially late tonight!
We could see a few lingering showers early Tuesday morning, but the rest of our Tuesday will be cooler and drier.
- Houston JustWeather.com
- Severe Weather Alerts
- Weather Maps and Radars
- Radar Loops
- Lightning Tracker
- Weather Videos
- Your Hot Shot Pics
- I Shot News Pics
Check Traffic Now:
- Houston TranStar Real-Time Traffic Map
- Traffic Pulse Real-Time Traffic Map
- Jennifer's Traffic Blog
- Traffic Section
- Houston Transtar
- Texas Dept. of Transportation Web site (or call 800-452-9292)
- Harris County Office of Emergency Management Web site
Airline and Airport Links:
- Houston Airport System: Bush Intercontinental and Hobby Airports
- AirTran Airways
- American Airlines
- Continental Airlines
- Delta Airlines
- Frontier Airlines
- Northwest Airlines
- Southwest Airlines
- United Airlines
- U.S. Airways