Thursday Night Weather Update

A much stronger cold front arrives on Saturday afternoon and chilly, breezy weather will affect the Houston Marathon and the MLK Day holiday.

Thursday Evening Weather Update

A much stronger cold front arrives on Saturday afternoon and chilly, breezy weather will affect the Houston Marathon and the MLK Day holiday.

Thursday afternoon weather forecast

A weak cold front will move in this afternoon and is expected to stall around I-10 or so. Scattered showers and storms are possible with highs in the upper 60s north and upper 70s south of Houston. A much stronger cold front arrives on Saturday afternoon and chilly, breezy weather will affect the Houston Marathon and the MLK Day holiday.

Thursday morning weather forecast

A weak cold front will move in this afternoon and is expected to stall around I-10 or so. Scattered showers and storms are possible with highs in the upper 60s north and upper 70s south of Houston. A much stronger cold front arrives on Saturday afternoon and chilly, breezy weather will affect the Houston Marathon and the MLK Day holiday.

Wednesday Night Weather Update

A short-lived front could cool down areas northeast of Houston tomorrow, but overall we’ll remain warm until a late Saturday cold front. The MLK Day holiday looks chilly.

Wednesday afternoon weather forecast

Unseasonably warm and humid weather will continue today and record highs are possible. The record for today is 79 in Houston and 75 for Galveston and both are in jeopardy. A short-lived front could cool down areas northeast of Houston tomorrow, but overall we’ll remain warm until a late Saturday cold front. The Martin Luther King Day holiday looks chilly.

Wednesday morning weather forecast

Unseasonably warm and humid weather will continue today and record highs are possible. The record for today is 79 in Houston and 75 for Galveston and both are in jeopardy. A short-lived front could cool down areas northeast of Houston tomorrow, but overall we’ll remain warm until a late Saturday cold front. The Martin Luther King Day holiday looks chilly.

Tuesday Night Weather Update

We are in a stable weather pattern of soggy conditions. Fog, warm temps and an occasional shower will take us up to Friday and that's when a front will arrive. The weekend will be cooler and it will be even more so next week.

Tuesday afternoon weather forecast

Temperatures will warm throughout the day, even with clouds, into the mid 70s. We won't be cooling off all that much this evening and fog will likely develop again tonight.

Tuesday morning weather forecast

We were dreary on Monday and Tuesday is looking the same, just with more fog and slightly milder temperatures. A dense fog advisory remains in effect for the entire viewing area until 10AM. Patches of drizzle will be around throughout the day with a chance for showers, even an isolated thunderstorm. Temperatures will warm throughout the day, even with clouds, into the mid 70s. We won't be cooling off all that much this evening and fog will likely develop again tonight.

Monday afternoon weather forecast

Following a chilly weekend, gulf moisture and milder air will return this week and bring showers with it. Afternoon highs will reach the mid to upper 60s today and the mid to upper 70s for the rest of the week. The rainiest days should be today and Tuesday.

Monday morning weather forecast

Following a chilly weekend, gulf moisture and milder air will return this week and bring showers with it. Afternoon highs will reach the mid to upper 60s today and the mid to upper 70s for the rest of the week. The rainiest days should be today and Tuesday.

Your Evening Gulf Coast Weather Forecast

Cloudy, warm and humid weather expected for most of this week. We’ll have patchy fog most mornings. Look for a cold front at the end of the week to help clear things out for next weekend.

Your 5 p.m. Gulf Coast Weather Forecast

Cloudy, windy and warm with highs in the upper 70s. Scattered showers are possible through early afternoon, then isolated strong storms during the late afternoon and a line of severe storms overnight.

Fox 26 Morning News Weekends 5:00 a.m.

After a night of storms, the weekend is looking dry just cool. Strong northwest winds will dominate our weather on Saturday with temps only reaching the mid 50s this afternoon. Rain chances begin to increase on Monday.