Wednesday morning forecast

Following some coastal fog this morning, today looks pretty quiet - clouds, a little mist and moderate temperatures. For the rest of the week and weekend, looks for showers late Thursday and early Friday as well as early next week. Overall, temperatures will remain above normal for January.

Wednesday morning weather forecast

A weak front will slowly move toward the coast by early Wednesday and a few showers are possible. The weather looks rather mild over the next week. A couple of weak fronts will come, but not really cool the air very much. Generally light showers will be possible just about every day, but nothing looks overly soggy.

Tuesday Evening Weather Forecast

A weak front will slowly move toward the coast by early Wednesday and a few showers are possible. The weather looks rather mild over the next week. A couple of weak fronts will come, but not really cool the air very much. Generally light showers will be possible just about every day, but nothing looks overly soggy.

Tuesday weather forecast

Much milder mornings will remain in place this week along with highs at or above normal. A cold front will bring a better chance for rain to areas north and west of Houston this afternoon as highs rise into the low to mid 70s in the greater Houston area. The rest of the week includes a daily chance for showers with the highest chance by Friday.

Monday Evening Weather Forecast

The chilly mornings and cool afternoons are over for a while in Southeast Texas. This week will see daily chances for showers with mild temperatures as a stalling cold front stays just to the north of Houston. A stronger front will push through to the Gulf at the end of the week and spark a few thunderstorms with slightly cooler temperatures behind it.

Monday weather forecast

Today is shaping up pretty nicely with a cold start, then mild and breezy weather this afternoon. The rest of the week is somewhat tricky with a cold front loitering to our north, moving back and forth a couple of times. Looks most likely that our temps will stay mild with a daily chance for showers.

Houston-area weather forecast; January 17th

Another cool morning to kick off our Sunday, but sunny skies will help us warm into the mid and upper 60s today. In fact, a warming trend is expected most of this week as we wait on a cold front to move through.That front will struggle to push through the entire area until Thursday or Friday. Coincidentally, that's when our rain chances will be highest. Keep the umbrella handy, though, because showers will be possible any day after Monday. The good news, MLK Day is looking very nice with highs expected to reach nearly 70.

Houston-area weather forecast for January 16th

We're off to a cold start this morning, but we'll see a decent warm-up this afternoon. In addition, dry weather will prevail through at least Monday. Temperatures will gradually warm as we work our way into next week, but as those temperatures rise so will our chances for rain. MLK Day is shaping up to be a very nice day after a cooler start, but Tuesday is when we'll begin introducing those rain chances. While it won't be raining everyday, beginning Tuesday, chances will increase with the best shot at seeing showers...even a few storms...arriving on Wednesday and Thursday.

Friday evening weather forecast

The MLK Holiday Weekend looks cool and dry. It should be a great time to be outdoors in Southeast Texas. Rain chances will hold off until Tuesday and the rest of the week looks mild with several rounds of showers across Houston.

Friday weather forecast

Brace yourself for a blustery, very windy day with a wind advisory in effect through 6 p.m. The MLK holiday weekend is looking cool and mainly dry. There is a small chance for a shower on Sunday, but overall, just expect cold mornings and seasonably cool days. Much of next week looks mild and showery.

Friday morning weather forecast

Thursday was breezy and mild across Southeast Texas. A late-day cold front will usher in cooler and drier air, as we move into this weekend. Houston should avoid rain until Tuesday or Wednesday, so go ahead and make some outdoor plans for the holiday weekend.

Thursday Evening Weather Forecast

Thursday was breezy and mild across Southeast Texas. A late-day cold front will usher in cooler and drier air, as we move into this weekend. Houston should avoid rain until Tuesday or Wednesday, so go ahead and make some outdoor plans for the holiday weekend.

Thursday weather forecast

Today is likely to be the warmest day we'll see for a while as highs will approach 70. A late-day cold front will usher in more cold air, especially in the mornings this weekend. There may be a few isolated showers on Sunday and Monday before higher rain chances for Tuesday and Wednesday.

Thursday morning weather forecast

Thursday will be the warmest day of the week with highs reaching the upper 60s. A front will come through on Friday and while it won’t bring any rain, the temperatures will drop into the 50s. Look for a few showers Sunday and a much better chance for rain on Tues next week.

Wednesday Evening Weather Forecast

Thursday will be the warmest day of the week with highs reaching the upper 60s. A front will come through on Friday and while it won’t bring any rain, the temperatures will drop into the 50s. Look for a few showers Sunday and a much better chance for rain on Tuesday next week.

Wednesday weather forecast

Sunshine and light southwest breezes will help temperatures warm to around 60 this afternoon, this following highs of 44 on Monday and 52 on Tuesday. Thursday's high could get close to 70, but another cold front will move through Thursday night. The next best chance for rain arrives on Sunday, then again on Tuesday with storms possible. For now, MLK Jr. Day looks seasonably cool.

Wednesday morning weather forecast

High clouds will stick around through the overnight hours, but by Wednesday morning the skies will be sunny. It will be cool to start the day with lows in the middle 30s, but it will warm into the low 60s by the afternoon. The rest of the week looks very sunny and rather nice.

Tuesday Evening Weather Forecast

High clouds will stick around through the overnight hours, but by Wed morning the skies will be sunny. It will be cool to start the day with lows in the middle 30s, but it will warm into the low 60s by the afternoon. The rest of the week looks very sunny and rather nice.

Tuesday weather forecast

Following a cold, frosty morning, we will have another chilly day. Expect much lighter winds today with highs in the low 50s. Clouds may increase by the afternoon as well. Tonight, lows should drop into the mid 30s followed by a milder Wednesday afternoon with highs near 60. The MLK holiday weekend looks cool with rain likely on Sunday.

Tuesday Early Morning Weather Forecast

A light freeze is expected for most of SE Texas and Houston tonight and Tuesday will start a warming trend for the rest of the week. Highs will be back into the 60s by Wednesday. The next chance for rain comes on Sunday, but MLK Day looks rather nice on Monday.