Currently, one school district is dropping students early due to the threat of severe weather on Tuesday.
HOUSTON — Showers, storms, high winds and even scattered tornadoes are expected Tuesday in the Houston area as a cold front breaks out.
The strongest storms should be in our area from 10:00 to 17:00.
At least one school district has decided to let students go home due to bad weather.
Early termination January 24th.
- Hull-Daisetta ISD – student dismissal at 13:00
Cancellation after school
So far, no other county has announced a closure, cancellation or early layoff on Tuesday. We will update this page when we know more.
severe weather tuesday
Tuesday will be a rather rainy day, as showers and thunderstorms are expected for most of the day. These storms can be strong and violent with gusty winds.
NEWSLINE: Today’s severe weather threat includes strong winds, heavy rain and tornadoes.
In the afternoon, a squall line forms along the incoming cold front, which can cause damaging winds and occasional tornadoes, especially south of I-10.
We should see the severe weather threat abate around 6 pm for those in the west as the cold front moves in towards the coast.
Behind the front, the temperature will remain at or below normal until the end of January! In fact, frosts are possible for some areas on Thursday and Friday mornings.
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