A disturbance moving in from the west will keep showers chances around 30% overnight. Icy weather is possible well to our west, but not here.
Our western cities and counties is where freezing temps and light precipitation may come together for some black ice on bridges and overpasses. Watch out for that possibility through early Friday morning. https://t.co/J63npTW7tn pic.twitter.com/8G3kFbwyqi— David Tillman (@TillmanWeather) January 21, 2022
do I need to worry about icy bridges on my Friday morning commute?
At this time it doesn't look like it. Most of what we get will be spotty, light rain showers. Some sleet may mix in but temps should be far enough above freezing that it won't be a problem on our roads. Our western counties have the best chance of some black ice on an overpass or two.
How is Friday looking?
It'll be cloudy and very cold to start with temps just above freezing. There may a little rain near the coast at daybreak. Skies should clear during the afternoon allowing for some sunshine and cool temps just below 50 degrees.
And how is the weekend looking?
Saturday morning will be very cold with temps in the upper 20s. After that it'll be mostly sunny and cool with highs in the 50s.
Montgomery/Walker/San Jacinto/Polk/Grimes Counties
Fort Bend/Wharton/Colorado Counties