A cold front stalled across Houston will meander around the coast throughout the day. Scattered showers are possible throughout the day with the highest concentration being south of I-10 and along the coast.
In addition, we’ll tap into some cooler air coming in from the Midwest once the winds switch to a more northerly wind. While it will only dip afternoon highs a few degrees, it should cut back some of the oppressive Houston summer humidity. In early August, we’ll take anything we can get!
If you’ve noticed some haze in the skies the last day or so, the north winds tomorrow will bring in some wildfire smoke from fires burning in Central Canada! It’s unclear if that will change our air quality but we’ll keep a close watch on any developments.
10 Day Forecast:
As the front washes out tomorrow, we’ll trade in a slight cool down into the low 90s with some of the cool, Canadian air that comes in from the Midwest for the good ole Houston summer sizzle by this weekend!