Temperatures fall as rain slowly moves out of Houston

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HOUSTON – After record warmth this week, big changes are in store for Houston’s weather.

A cold front pushed through the area Thursday night, bringing storms to Southeast Texas. The rain started about 10 p.m. and will continue through Friday morning’s commute, making your trip to work a bit dicey.

The rain will clear out by around lunchtime for northern and Harris counties. Coastal counties could see rain through the evening commute.

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People across the Houston area will be waking up to temperatures in the 50s Friday morning, and they will continue to drop through the weekend, bringing temperatures in the 30s for next week. 

Though it will remain cloudy on Saturday, the rain will have moved completely out of the area, leaving us with cold, dry conditions. Temperatures will struggle to reach the upper 50s.

Rain returns to the forecast by Sunday and Monday as another cold front moves through the region. Temperatures are expected to fall into the mid-30s by Wednesday morning.


About the Authors:

Aaron Barker has been a senior digital editor at KPRC 2 since 2016. As a meteorologist, he specializes in stories about the weather. He has covered Hurricane Harvey, the Astros first World Series win, the Santa Fe High School shooting, the ITC fire and Tropical Storm Imelda.

Daniela Sternitzky-Di Napoli has been a digital news editor at KPRC 2 since 2018. She is a published poet and has background in creative writing and journalism. Daniela has covered events like Hurricane Harvey and the Astros World Series win. In her spare time, Daniela is an avid reader and loves to spend time with her two miniature dachshunds.