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Weather Forecast For Houston, Texas and vicinity, Monday, March 11, 2013

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As you peruse this forecast, you may notice the lack of any reference to any clouds and precipitation! This is one of the drier predictions for Houston that I have ever made, brought about by an upper air alignment featuring a persistent upper low or trough in New England, and a ridge complex setting up from California into the lower Great Plains. This configuration looks to persist until March 19, when a fairly vigorous trough and storm may bring much needed showers and thunderstorms to Texas and the rest of the eastern two-thirds of the nation. Until that time, a cool and dry air mass will give way to warmer (and eventually) more moist regime this coming weekend.

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Allan Huffman's Weather Model and Data Page
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4.0 km WRF-NMM Precipitation Graphics

The Forecast

Monday: Sunny and mild. Highs 65 Richards to 69 Texas City

Monday Night: Clear and cool. Lows 45 New Waverly to 49 La Marque

Tuesday: Sunny and mild. Highs 62 Willis to 66 League City

Tuesday Night: Clear, breezy, colder. Lows 39 Panorama Village to 43 Webster

Wednesday: Sunny and cool. Highs 60 Conroe to 64 Kemah

Extended Outlook

Thursday: Sunny and mild. High 71, Low 43

Friday: Sunny and a bit warmer. High 76, Low 47

Saturday: Mostly sunny, breezy and warm. High 81, Low 54




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