HOUSTON (KIAH) — Perfect weather greets us again this Thursday, but our sunny and pleasant days are numbered as storms and a cold front arrive this weekend.
Thursday starts cold, then warms up to around 70 degrees during the day with sunshine, light breeze and low humidity.
Friday is a transitional day. Southerly winds bring moisture from the Persian Gulf, which can lead to some fog in the mornings and then lots of sunshine for most of the day. Getting warmer with highs in the mid 70s. Friday evening will be warmer due to thickening clouds.
Individual or scattered showers begin on Saturday morning, then several separate thunderstorms occur in front of a cold front on a warm afternoon.
The chance of rain peaks on Saturday evening and at night when a cold front arrives.
Sunday’s forecast is a bit tricky right now. Sunday’s rain depends on the spread of the cold front, which models are still trying to capture. I think that the front will probably linger in our region until Sunday morning, which means that rain is still likely in the first half of Sunday. The rain should gradually subside by the end of Sunday. We will keep you updated as the weekend approaches.