HOUSTON – The cold front has moved through and winter weather is back for at least a few days as we head into a new work week.
A cold night is on tap with clear skies, winds should start to relax and lows will fall to the mid and low 30s by sunrise. Expect to see some frost on the car windshields across the northern counties!
More sunshine for Martin Luther Kind, Jr Day, chilly setting up for the parade but dry in the 40s, highs again in the upper 50s and low 60s. Chilly starts for much of the week, in the 30s and low 40s.
The mid-30s low temperatures Monday and Tuesday will warm up ahead of the next rain chances which will come with another front during the Wednesday and Thursday time period. Some of the storms during those days could be on the strong side. Rainfall could come in some heavy downpours, especially late Wednesday night.
There’s still time to watch this trend so stay tuned to the forecast this week! Once the rain has passed, we’re in store for another nice weekend with lows in the 40s and highs in the 60s.
The 10-day forecast shows that winter temperatures are back for the most part and so is sunshine for most days. After last week of rain and fog, I’m guessing no one will complain.