HOUSTON — Another surge of cold air will move in overnight, dropping Thursday morning's lows into the upper 40s and low 50s with a north wind...
...and rain. The morning commute will likely involve your wiper blades and an umbrella. Temperatures will stay in the upper 40s and low 50s all day.
Good news is, the sun is expected to make a reappearance on Friday!
How much rain will we get? Not enough to cause flooding concerns, but enough to slow down things like road work, construction or landscaping projects.
Areas north of I-10 will see higher rain totals that could top 2" by Thursday night. No flooding is expected.
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Check out the forecast details in the weather timeline below.
HOUSTON WEATHER TIMELINE
THE WEEK AHEAD: Rain and a few storms will develop Tuesday evening as a strong cold front approaches. Winds shift to the north Tuesday night making things cold by Wednesday morning. Rainy and cold weather stays with us through Thursday night. The sun returns on Friday and Saturday.
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