HOUSTON -- We’re one of the few places in the country that has high temperatures, said KHOU 11 News Meteorologist David Paul. The rest of the country is cold.
Overnight lows in the northern counties will be in the upper 50’s. From Midtown to the coast, temps will be in the mid-60’s.
Temperatures will be changing in the next 24 hours as our chances for thunderstorms increase. A cold front is sitting up in the northern counties, but will move south and bring with it thunderstorms by Saturday afternoon.
You’ll wake up Saturday morning with temps around 60 degrees. From the early morning until noon it will be mostly cloudy with a slight chance for rain. By 3 p.m., the rain chance increases to 40-percent as the storms move in. Hail and wind are the greatest severe threats associated with these storms.
Once the storm moves out, cold air will make its way in. Sunday will start off with temps in the low 50’s. The temperature is expected to reach the mid-60s in the afternoon.
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