Sunny skies will give us welcome temps in the 40s this afternoon. But there’s one more night of Arctic cold on the way.
A Hard Freeze Warning has been issued for areas northwest of Houston for Friday night through Saturday morning. This means pipes are in jeopardy of freezing up and bursting again.
This weekend, expect highs in the upper 50s on Saturday, and temperatures will climb even higher during the day on Sunday to the mid to upper 60s ahead of a weak cold front. That front may bring some moisture to the region, especially along the coast as it moves out by Monday.
How much longer will we have to endure freezing temperatures?
After Friday night’s hard freeze, temperatures will dip until the 20s again overnight, but Sunday should be the first morning in several days that temps won’t drop to below freezing.
When will the sunshine return?
Widespread sunshine returns Friday, but the sky will cloud back over this weekend as warm, moist air moves over the cold-shelf waters. Sea fog is likely to return as early as Saturday night. That weak cold front arriving Sunday night will push away the sea fog. This will bring back abundant sunshine Monday and Tuesday. More clouds and sea fog will return Wednesday of next week.