HOUSTON — A colder Canadian air mass will make for a frosty holiday week leading up to the Christmas holiday, according to KHOU 11 News Meteorologist Mario Gomez.
Overnight temperatures will start off in the low-30s for the Houston area making for a chilly, breezy start to the work week. Temps will not get much warmer after peaking at 53 in the afternoon.
That same cold front that brought the chilly weather may have dropped some red clay across parts of the Houston area Saturday night and Sunday morning. Many residents woke up to what looked like red and white dirt all over their vehicles.
Together with little chance for rain this week makes it a good time to get your car washed. The possibility for rain won’t come until Thursday with only a 20 percent chance.
Highs will stay in the 50s with lows in the 30s for the next couple of days. There a chance highs could reach into the low-60s for the Christmas holiday Wednesday.
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