Woodlands Weekend Weather & Events – June 14 - 16, 2024 – Enjoy it while it lasts

By: Woodlands Online | Published 06/14/2024


For our final weekend before summer officially hits, we will have a relatively smooth and calm weekend. Which is nice, because summer storms, heat waves, hurricane season, and freak freezing spells are what’s coming up for the rest of the year. In short, enjoy this weekend in particular, because it may be the last one like it until 2025.

Though the humidity has been dropping throughout the day, there’s enough residual moisture in the air to add six degrees of heat index to our actual high of 95. Fortunately, we’re already at that level, so it’s just going to get cooler for the next 16 hours or so. All weekend long, Fielding's Local Kitchen & Bar will be Father's Day Brunch & Dinner for the dad in your life. As we hit our overnight low of 72, it should be beautifully starry skies sharing space with a half-moon.

Also overnight, the humidity will once again shoot up, rapidly bringing us up to a high temperature of 95, once again with a handful of notches on the thermometer added to the ‘feels like’ temperature. The winds will slowly but steadily kick up a bit over the morning and early afternoon, and we’ll end up with a properly seasonal Saturday under mostly skies. Grab the entire family and head to Fire Station #4 at Bay Branch Drive for this weekend’s Fired Up Tour celebrating first responders. Overnight, it will be calm bordering on serene as nary a breeze will rustle the leaves of the trees outside your windows and the overnight low settles at around 73.

On Sunday, some clouds will move in and bring slight chances of rain with them, but the skies will remain mainly sunny. Breezes getting up to around 10 miles per hour will make for some perfect outdoor kite-flying weather. But as the afternoon morphs into evening, watch more clouds move in and substantially increase the chances of rain. With luck, the clear skies and high temperature of 85 during the day will keep things outdoor friendly as you catch Alanis Morrisette at the Pavilion

As Monday hits, we may wake up once again to the rumblings of thunder and a high in the 80s…

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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