Record highs possible Saturday, and Sunday will be steamy too

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Unseasonably warm and humid conditions continue through the weekend before our next cool front arrives on Monday.

In the meantime, there will be fog again on Saturday morning but it won't be as widespread or dense as what we've seen recently.

How does the weekend look?
It looks rather spring-like with record highs in jeopardy. This unusually warm, humid weather will continue both Saturday and Sunday. You can expect plentiful clouds and patchy morning fog with lows in the low 60s. Sun breaking through the clouds will push highs into the low 80s with a 20% chance for showers.

When's our next cold front?
Our next front is expected to arrive on Monday morning. We've increased the rain chance to 70%. And there may be a strong storm or two with the rain.

Is there any freezing weather in sight?

The unusually mild December weather pattern looks to continue through at least next week. There is growing concern that a strong cold front will move through next Saturday and possibly drop us into the 30s. On average, Houston's first freeze occurs the first week of December, and that will not happen this time around.
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