Saturday morning Houston-area weather forecast

We are in the process of transitioning into a cloudy, wet and at times stormy weather pattern. Stay alert over the weekend with the increased risk for flooding, especially Sunday. Tonight will still be cool with a few showers moving in. Rain increases for Saturday along with warmer temperatures near 70. Sunday as a front approaches, heavy downpours will become more likely along with a few strong storms. We are in a Category 1 out of 5 Marginal Risk for severe weather Sunday with isolated damaging wind gusts possible. There's also a higher threat for excessive rain which means flood threat will increase. I expect 1-3" of rain this weekend. More waves of rain will continue Monday through Wednesday. Showers should finally wind down late Thursday as cooler air moves in.

Cloudy, cool Friday evening in the 50s

We are in the process of transitioning into a cloudy, wet and at times stormy weather pattern. Stay alert over the weekend with the increased risk for flooding, especially Sunday. Tonight will still be cool with a few showers moving in. Rain increases for Saturday along with warmer temperatures near 70. Sunday as a front approaches, heavy downpours will become more likely along with a few strong storms. We are in a Category 1 out of 5 Marginal Risk for severe weather Sunday with isolated damaging wind gusts possible. There's also a higher threat for excessive rain which means flood threat will increase. I expect 1-3" of rain this weekend. More waves of rain will continue Monday through Wednesday. Showers should finally wind down late Thursday as cooler air moves in.

Cloudy, breezy Friday afternoon in the low 60s

Today is a transition day toward a milder, more humid and unsettled pattern that will carry us through much of next week. Though scattered showers will be around pretty much each day, they look to be mostly light to moderate. Sunday will need to be watched a little more closely for the possibility of locally heavy rainfall and a few stronger storms.

Houston weather: Cold and frosty Friday morning, then partly cloudy and cool

Get ready for more rain. In fact, a rainy pattern will begin this weekend and last through much of next week. Expect a decent, cool day today with increasing clouds, showers on Saturday, then possible downpours Sunday. Heading into next week, a wavering cold front will move back and forth across the region brings a few additional rounds of rain. Temperatures will be cool, but not frigid.

Friday morning Houston-area weather forecast

It will be a chilly start Friday in the 30s for most before climbing to the low 60s Friday afternoon. More clouds Friday will lead to rounds of showers Saturday. Heavy rain and storms are expected with a cold front Sunday. Weather pattern stays unsettled through much of next week.

Houston weather: Cold Thursday morning with frost possible, then sunny and cool

After a frosty morning with lows in the mid 30s, today will be sunny, but still chilly. Overnight tonight, temps could drop to the low and middle 30s, so with a light freeze possible you may want to cover your plants. Rain returns this weekend with some heavy rain possible early Sunday and even next week the pattern looks unsettled.

Thursday morning Houston-area weather forecast

Thursday looks sunny and cool with high temps in the 50s. Friday we'll climb to around 60 with a few clouds. Pattern flips once again for the weekend and next week as waves of rain & a few storms are forecast to push through. Make sure to have the FOX 26 weather app downloaded to keep up with the latest weather!

Wednesday evening weather forecast with Meteorologist Remeisha Shade

EF-3 Tornado has been confirmed by the National Weather Service from yesterday afternoon's storms. The EF-3 tornado was located in the Pasadena/Deer Park area and was on the ground for a whopping 18 miles! At its widest point, it was over a half mile wide! It had peak wind gusts of 140 mph on the Enhanced Fujita Scale! Fortunately, things are calm and quiet tonight with less wind and mostly clear skies. It will be chilly though with most areas dipping into the 30s. Thursday looks sunny and cool with high temps in the 50s. Friday we'll climb to around 60 with a few clouds. Pattern flips once again for the weekend and next week as waves of rain & a few storms are forecast to push through. Make sure to have the FOX 26 weather app downloaded to keep up with the latest weather!

Wednesday afternoon weather forecast with Meteorologist Lena Maria Arango

In the wake of yesterday's storm system, high pressure will take over leading to several quiet, but chilly days. Come Saturday, an unsettled pattern does look to take over through the middle of next week. Look for several gray, and on/off rainy days until possibly Wednesday as multiple disturbances move their way across the area. A front looks to clear next Wednesday, which would break us out of that pattern.

Houston weather: Breaking down the numbers to Tuesday storms

After a day of severe storms, tornadoes and flooding, today will be breezy, cool and dry. Tonight and tomorrow night will be clear and cold with lows in the 30s and a chance that a few spots outside of Houston could briefly drop to near freezing. Showers and a few storms will probably return this weekend.

Wednesday morning Houston-area weather forecast

A quiet end to the week after a stormy Tuesday in Southeast Texas. Houston will see some mornings in the 30s but clear skies will keep the afternoon pleasant. Rain returns to the forecast for the weekend with some storms possible on Sunday.

Houston weather: Heavy rain, high winds and even tornadoes possible Tuesday

Heavy rain, high winds and even tornadoes are possible today through about 5 p.m. With several inches of rain possible by early this afternoon, some street flooding will be possible. In addition, strong to severe storms could pop up this morning and produce high wind gusts and even a few tornadoes. A solid line of heavy rain is expected from midday through late afternoon, so stay alert for quickly changing conditions. Watches and warnings are very likely, so remember that a watch means that severe storms are possible, but a warning means that one is happening and is issued for a smaller, very specific area.

WEATHER ALERT: Strong, severe storms expected on Tuesday

Stormy weather across Southeast Texas on Tuesday as a cold front moves through the area. Look for the strongest storms between 10am to 4pm. Damaging winds is the primary threat with hail also possible. Closer to the coast, a chance for an isolated tornado will also be possible. After the front clears, plan for pleasant, cool weather for the rest of the week.

Monday evening weather forecast with Meteorologist John Dawson

Stormy weather across Southeast Texas on Tuesday as a cold front moves through the area. Look for the strongest storms between 10am to 4pm. Damaging winds is the primary threat with hail also possible. Closer to the coast, a chance for an isolated tornado will also be possible. After the front clears, plan for pleasant, cool weather for the rest of the week.

Monday afternoon weather forecast with Meteorologist Remeisha Shade

Today is the calm before the storm as a powerful system is expected to roll across SE Texas Tuesday. Stay alert tomorrow and make sure you have the FOX 26 weather app downloaded on your phone or tablet. We stay cool and dry today with high temperatures near 60. Look for increasing clouds and wind tonight with showers building on Tuesday morning. Late morning through Tuesday afternoon will be the worst of the weather with very heavy rain & strong to severe storms. Some storms could be severe with damaging winds, a few tornadoes & heavy rain that could lead to flooding. Rain should be winding down by Tuesday evening with cooler/drier air building in for Wednesday and Thursday. The next round of rain should return by this weekend.

Houston weather: Cold Monday morning, then mostly sunny, cool and dry

Get ready for a rocky Tuesday! Today will be clear and chilly with only high clouds moving in late. Everything goes downhill late tomorrow morning with a strong area of low pressure moving right overhead. Heavy rain up to 4" along with lots of lightning and even potential for damaging winds. That system moves out by tomorrow evening and ushers in several days of chilly, sunny days.