HOUSTON -- After a windy day, the winds finally calmed down Thursday evening. Around 6 p.m., the wind speeds were at 23 mph. Four hours later they died down to about 3 mph.
Overnight you can expect temperatures to be in the upper 20s and lower 30s. After the morning freeze, the temps will reach the upper 50s and lower 60s, and there will be mostly clear skies.
Much of the upper Midwest is under a blizzard warning. If you’re traveling to Chicago, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, or Detroit, check with your airline because the winter storm up there could cause some major flight delays.
Looking ahead to Christmas, we will get rain from the next big winter storm on the 25th. Temps during the holiday will be in the upper 60s. Then, on Wednesday and Thursday temps will dip back into the 40s.
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