HOUSTON – It won’t be a white Christmas, but it will be a cool one, according to KHOU 11 News Meteorologist Brooks Garner.
“After a frosty start this morning, we’ll have a cool afternoon Christmas Eve,” said Garner. “It will be a pleasant Christmas with the clouds not moving in until later this week.”
Tuesday we’ll have a forecast a high of 56 degrees.
On Christmas Day we’ll top out around 60 with early-morning temperatures in the mid-30s.
The overnight temps stay cold through the weekend, but our daytime temperatures will get into the mid-60s by Saturday.
A few clouds will move in after Christmas, but there’s no significant chance for rain in the seven-day forecast.
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