That sea fog will continue rolling inland overnight as a warm front moves slowly north. Give yourself some extra time for the Thursday morning commute. Temperatures will start in the low 60s and warm into the low 70s. The fog will lift inland between 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. but linger along the coast. As the warm front continues to push north, rain chances will increase up to 60%, especially north of I-10. The sea fog will push back inland toward Houston Thursday evening.
How long will we be dealing with the sea fog?
Sea fog will remain an issue off and on until a weak front blows in Friday afternoon. This front will not make it far offshore, so the sea fog could return over the weekend and stick around until a stronger front arrives on Monday morning.
What do our rain chances look like for the rest of this week?
Moisture will come rushing back in Thursday along with that warm front, pushing the rain chance back up to 60%. Rain chances will decrease to 40% Friday as the weak cold front blows through. We expect the rain chance to remain at 30-40% through the weekend as Friday's cold front quickly pushes back into Houston as a warm front. This unsettled weather pattern will come to an end with the arrival of Monday's front.
Is there any snow possible in Houston over the next 10 days?
Sorry. No snow. We don't see any major intrusions of cold air for at least the next 10 days. Low temperatures will have a tough time dropping below 50 in this pattern.
Montgomery/Walker/San Jacinto/Polk/Grimes Counties
Fort Bend/Wharton/Colorado Counties
SHARE YOUR WEATHER PHOTOS: Send us pics and videos of weather in your area to email@example.com and at #ABC13Eyewitness on social media.