Southeast Texas received a little taste of winter the past two days thanks to a cold front that moved through on Tuesday night. A warm up will begin on Friday as our winds shift from northerly to southerly. The south winds will help to bring us a warmer and more humid air mass for the next 7 days. There are signs that the subtropical jet stream (southern U.S. storm track during winter) will return next week. If this happens, we can expect a wet weather pattern. Several long range computer models are showing a strong storm system affecting Texas in about 10 days. If these models verify, we could see a severe thunderstorm and heavy rainfall event. Stay tuned!
Friday: Mostly sunny and pleasant. High: 68, Low: 38.
Saturday: Partly sunny and warmer. High: 73, Low: 48.
Sunday: Partly cloudy. High: 70, Low: 45.
Monday: A chance of fog and drizzle in the morning, then becoming partly sunny. High: 72, Low: 51.
Tuesday: A chance of fog and drizzle in the morning, then becoming partly cloudy. High: 75, Low: 51.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy and humid with a slight chance of rain. High: 74, Low: 53.