HOUSTON - Call on the field is confirmed: weather scores a touchdown!
In fact the weather will be the first to score a touchdown in every single game across Texas this weekend as Autumn like temperatures settle in.
Without further ado, lets fire up the grills, the crowd, the tv's and the forecast:
There's a Spirit than can n'er be told...and it'll be hard to tell how nice the weather is too! High temperatures at Kyle Field will be in the mid 80s under sunny skies. Look for light northerly winds between 5 and 10 mph. Overnight lows tonight should drop into the mid 50s.
The weather in Dallas will be the best so far this year as high temperatures climb only into the mid 70s for daytime highs. Look for abundant sunshine as the Oklahoma Sooners take on the Texas Longhorns in a showdown that should make for a great game in the Big D.
As you've heard, temperatures have the potential to drop to the lowest levels so far this year. Models continue to advertise 40s and 50s settling into the Houston area by Monday morning.
The coolest temperature at Bush so far this year is 58 degrees. We will likely best that Sunday morning and best it again on Monday morning.
There's a look at the model.
Umm, I'm sorry....does that say 48 degrees on Monday morning at Bush?!
What you see in the yellow boxes is the forecast low temperatures by the GFS long-range guidance. If the model is correct, which it's probably a little too cool, then it could be definite snuggle weather therefore a snuggle watch is in effect for the Houston area!
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