WOODLANDS WEEKEND WEATHER & EVENTS – June 7 - 9, 2024 – Model moderation

By: Woodlands Online | Published 06/07/2024


We don’t want to jinx anything, but our forecast models are telling us that the weekend weather will be, well, uneventful, bordering on boring. No storms in the air and no natural high temperatures over the mid 90s under mainly sunny skies.

For our TGIF, there’s nary a cloud in the sky. The winds have been still so far, but they’ll kick up just a hair – only around 4 miler per hour or so – for a few hours then die down again.Residual humidity will make the high of 96 feel like 104, so be sure not to leave any pets or people in your car without the AC running. After nightfall, things will cool, and you might want to take advantage of it with a nighttime paddle or swan boat ride. All through the weekend, there will be a general downward trend in the pressure, helping to keep things cool and moist.

The stars will shine brightly tonight, thanks to the waxing crescent moon where only two percent of it will be illuminated, and you can enjoy an overnight temperature primarily in the 70s. Saturday morning will warm up pretty quickly, though, and we’ll be back in the 90s before noon. The barest wisps of clouds may dot the sky, but otherwise things will be blue, yellow, and blazing. We’ll get some southeasterly winds kicking up in the afternoon to cool the brow a bit, but don’t count on any precipitation to help. Sounds like the perfect opportunity to wrap up Wine & Food Week with their Chef Showcase Celebration. As night falls, however, some clouds will move in as the wind kicks up to about 10 mph. By dawn, however, the leaves on your trees will once again quit rustling.

Sunday will be a couple of degrees cooler than the day before – but still in the lower 90s with another ten degrees tacked on due to the humidity – and the clouds will hang around to give us partly cloudy skies. There is the teeniest chance of a few drops of rain, but certainly nothing like the recent storms. We don’t know about you, but the thought of fresh peaches makes our mouths water, and you can hit The Peach Truck at City Place to grab yours. Winds will remain moderate all day and night, but as Sunday segues into Monday, we might be hearing the rumble of thunder and the patter of rain all over again…

Stay tuned for weather updates from Woodlands Online, and be sure to check us out on Monday for our “Week Ahead” forecast.

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