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Weather Forecast For Houston, Texas and vicinity, Wednesday, March 6, 2013

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The best part of this forecast is probably not the period of gorgeous spring weather. Rather, it is the prospect of returning atmospheric moisture this weekend. Temperatures will rise slowly, and dewpoints should climb so that the word humid will be applicable through Sunday. With a trough and frontal structure arriving on Sunday, there should be enough instability and forcing available for intense convection; severe weather is a possibility.

But on Monday, the nice weather returns, and stays awhile.

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Climate Prediction Center - Monitoring & Data: ENSO Impacts on the U.S.
ESRL : PSD : PSD Interactive Plotting and Analysis Pages
Current Climate Summary Maps - Powered by ACIS - High Plains Regional Climate

The Forecast

Wednesday: Sunny and mild. Highs 71 Livingston to 75 Eagle Lake

Wednesday Night: Clear and mild. Lows 48 Shepherd to 52 Hungerford

Thursday: Sunny and warmer. Highs 76 Cold Spring to 80 East Bernard

Thursday Night: Mostly fair; becoming breezy with coastal and bayside fog after midnight. Lows 52 Cleveland to 56 Rosenberg

Friday: Partly cloudy, breezy, warm and more humid. Highs 78 Richmond to 82 Splendora

Extended Outlook

Saturday: Variable cloudiness, windy, warm, humid with a few showers possible. High 83, Low 61

Sunday: Showers and thunderstorms; some storms may be severe. High 80, Low 68

Monday: Sunny, cooler and less humid. High 68, Low 52

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