7PM Cold Front Update: Temps continue to slowly fall across southeast Texas. It's great football weather...if you're playing! Sunrise temps dip into the 40s. https://t.co/hwzcFqoSkj pic.twitter.com/JprfVr71kh— Travis Herzog (@TravisABC13) November 23, 2019
Most of us are now done with the rain, but we'll leave in a 10% chance of a light shower this evening. The clouds will be slower to clear out, but we should be in for abundant sunshine this weekend.
Temperatures will continue dropping into the 40s by sunrise Saturday, then rebound into the 60s Saturday afternoon. Sunday looks almost identical.
The weather should stay fairly tranquil until the Tuesday before Thanksgiving. That's when a weather system will sweep through the Plains, possibly bringing showers to Houston. This weather system could cause travel disruptions across parts of the country in the days leading up to Thanksgiving Day.
It now appears that the front associated with this weather system will stall somewhere near Houston on Wednesday, bringing a 40% chance for showers on one of the biggest travel days of the year. Because the front is now expected to stall out, Thanksgiving Day in Houston will be milder with higher humidity and a slight chance for a few showers.
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