A fast changing weather pattern lies ahead this weekend. The most significant threat to Houston Saturday evening is flooding. An upper level disturbance tracks overhead Saturday evening through Sunday morning. The moisture levels ahead of the storm indicate the potential for 1" to 3" of rain over the weekend. Some street flooding along with windy weather is possible as the thunderstorm drift through.
WEEKEND TEMPERATURE TRENDS
An Arctic high pressure systems starts building South next week forcing cold frosty numbers back into the region beginning Tuesday evening. Areas North and West of town will likely see their coldest readings of the season as lows drop into the 20s.Keep your warmest coats at the ready as the temperatures plunge.