Expect dangerous winter weather conditions!
Confidence growing that a very cold airmass will move over the region late this week into next week. Uncertainty STILL remains on how cold will it be.
Be ready for a prolonged period of cold weather and stay tuned to the latest forecasts!
A couple of warm days, then below normal temperatures are on the way for the Valentine’s Day weekend and the upcoming week. Stay tuned to the latest forecast updates of this potentially prolonged stretch of cold weather.
Gusty northwest winds are forecast in the wake of Thursday’s cold front. Wind gusts look to peak around 30 mph west of Houston, and in the 35-40 mph range around and east of the city. A wind advisory is in place for all counties beginning this morning.
The next storm system will be moving into the area Sunday and Sunday night. We are monitoring the potential for frozen precipitation across parts of the region. There is considerable uncertainty in regards to the specific details this far out. Those with maritime interests should anticipate unsettled weather with widespread (liquid) precipitation, strong winds and elevated seas as a coastal low moves across the waters followed by a cold frontal passage.