Patchy morning fog, then warm again with highs in the low-to-mid 80s

A cold front is on the way, but it's not going to arrive until the middle of next week. Until then, our unseasonably warm and humid pattern will continue, though with a better chance for showers Friday through the weekend. A cold front Tuesday or early Wednesday could bring a round of thunderstorms followed by a 20 degree drop in temperatures.

Thursday morning weather forecast

It's more of the same with our mostly cloudy, sometimes foggy and unseasonably warm spring-like weather pattern. We once again reached record high temperatures today with Houston Hobby Airport reporting a record high of 84 degrees and Galveston reporting a new record high of 80 degrees. We will be close to records once again on Thursday in the low 80s. Some patchy fog will develop again late tonight, especially near the coast that could be thick. Warm temps with a few light rain showers will stick around through early next week. A pattern shift finally appears in the forecast by the middle of next week as a stronger cold front moves through. Rain chances increase Tuesday ahead of that front with cooler air finally returning Wednesday.

Wednesday evening weather forecast

It's more of the same with our mostly cloudy, sometimes foggy and unseasonably warm spring-like weather pattern. We once again reached record high temperatures today with Houston Hobby Airport reporting a record high of 84 degrees and Galveston reporting a new record high of 80 degrees. We will be close to records once again on Thursday in the low 80s. Some patchy fog will develop again late tonight, especially near the coast that could be thick. Warm temps with a few light rain showers will stick around through early next week. A pattern shift finally appears in the forecast by the middle of next week as a stronger cold front moves through. Rain chances increase Tuesday ahead of that front with cooler air finally returning Wednesday.

Wednesday morning weather with Chief Meteorologist Mike Iscovitz

The record high of 82° was tied at Bush Airport yesterday as Hobby Airport hit 85° smashing the previous record of 81°. A warm pattern will remain on place through the weekend with daily highs in the upper 70s and low 80s - about 12-15 degrees above normal for this time of year. Morning fog and isolated showers are also likely with light rain more widespread for Friday through early next week. A brief shot of cold air is on the way for the middle of next week.

Wednesday morning weather forecast

More near record heat is in store for the next few days with afternoon high temperatures climbing to the low 80s through Thursday. Even through the weekend, there won't be a big drop in temperatures. A weak cold front will try to make it in late week. But now models are hinting that the front may stall out to our north keeping it warm and humid here. So plan on more spring-like weather through at least early next week! Rain chances will improve slightly late week into next week. It looks like some noticeably cooler air might finally make it in by the middle of next week.

Tuesday evening weather forecast

More near record heat is in store for the next few days with afternoon high temperatures climbing to the low 80s through Thursday. Even through the weekend, there won't be a big drop in temperatures. A weak cold front will try to make it in late week. But now models are hinting that the front may stall out to our north keeping it warm and humid here. So plan on more spring-like weather through at least early next week! Rain chances will improve slightly late week into next week. It looks like some noticeably cooler air might finally make it in by the middle of next week.

Tuesday afternoon weather forecast with Meteorologist John Dawson

If you like spring-like weather in December, this forecast is for you. Record highs for the rest of this week are in the low 80s and our forecast highs are within a degree or two of those records through Thursday with only a slight fall after that. Other than a few light showers this week, the forecast looks relatively quiet with a better chance for light rain by this weekend.

Tuesday morning weather with Chief Meteorologist Mike Iscovitz

If you like spring-like weather in December, this forecast is for you. Record highs for the rest of this week are in the low 80s and our forecast highs are within a degree or two of those records through Thursday with only a slight fall after that. Other than a few light showers this week, the forecast looks relatively quiet with a better chance for light rain by this weekend.

Tuesday morning weather forecast

Look for more fog to develop tonight and hang around early Tuesday, especially along the coast. In fact, fog will be a nuisance for some off and on for the next few days. The other big story will be the December heat. Near record high temperatures are in store for the Houston area through Thursday. Look for highs to soar to the low 80s with just an isolated shower possible. Weak cold front arrives late Thursday which will bring a slightly higher shot for rain. Best chance for rain over the next week comes Sunday with a stronger front and a slighter bigger drop in temps.

Monday evening weather forecast

Look for more fog to develop tonight and hang around early Tuesday, especially along the coast. In fact, fog will be a nuisance for some off and on for the next few days. The other big story will be the December heat. Near record high temperatures are in store for the Houston area through Thursday. Look for highs to soar to the low 80s with just an isolated shower possible. Weak cold front arrives late Thursday which will bring a slightly higher shot for rain. Best chance for rain over the next week comes Sunday with a stronger front and a slighter bigger drop in temps.

Monday afternoon weather forecast with Meteorologist John Dawson

We'll flirt with records through Thursday afternoon, with isolated rain showers. A weak, trailing cold front Thursday looks to bring a slightly better opportunity for rain and take the edge off the warmth and humidity. A stronger front is still on track to arrive over the weekend with a more promising cool down to follow. Until then, be on the look out for fog during the early morning hours.

Monday morning weather forecast with Meteorologist Lena Maria Arango

We'll flirt with records through Thursday afternoon, with isolated rain showers. A weak, trailing cold front Thursday looks to bring a slightly better opportunity for rain and take the edge off the warmth and humidity. A stronger front is still on track to arrive over the weekend with a more promising cool down to follow. Until then, be on the look out for fog during the early morning hours.

Saturday evening/Monday morning weather forecast

Muggy and humid returns to Houston on Monday. There will also be at least a slight chance of showers each day this week until another weak cold front tries to make it all the way through Southeast Texas. Rain chances increase as the front approaches and temperatures drop slightly. A stronger front at the beginning of next week should bring our temperatures back down to seasonable numbers for December.