Cold start for Marathon Sunday followed by sunny skies

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Happy Sunday, Houston and all marathoners!

After Saturday's cold front, temperatures dipped into the lower 40's and even some upper 30's up north. Wind chills make it feel like 37-39 degrees in the metro between 6-9 a.m., which is just fine for running. The only issue may be strong winds out of the N/NE at 10-20mph until around noon.

After a sunny, cold MLK Day, the clouds will return Tuesday ahead of our next weather system. Rain chances return Wednesday with highs barely clearing 50 degrees, and on Thursday some thunderstorms are possible as our next cold front blows in.

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