WOODLANDS WEEKEND WEATHER & EVENTS – June 21 - 23, 2024 – Wait a minute; it’ll change

By: Woodlands Online | Published 06/21/2024


As this weather forecast is being written, raindrops are pattering on the window. However, by the time you read it, it will be dry all over again. We’re at the peak of the precipitation and the wind, and both are about to die down. We’re also past our high temperature of 92 – with an unfortunate addition of 11 degrees of heat index – so we can expect a relatively benign evening of little breezes, maybe the occasional raindrop, and temps that will be in the 70s before midnight. Think about celebrating International Yoga Day and the strawberry moon at City Place.

On Saturday, it’s perfect summer weather with sunny skies and bare minimal clouds. Mounting winds all day will reach around 10 miles per hour, and will die down in the mid afternoon as we  hit our high of 95, again with accompanying heat index. Zero rain is predicted, so slather on the sunscreen and enjoy some outdoors fun. At some point, parents, you need to take your kiddos to The Woodlands Children’s Museum to meet Tinkerbelle and other fairies!

Overnight we’ll enjoy another calm night in the mid 70s for a low and a full moon to boot. Sunday will start off pretty much like the day before, but soon enough some clouds will introduce themselves, and in the evening there’s a slight chance of some more rain, the kind that would just smear your windshield. Think about adding to your family by hitting the pet adoption event at Ale & Ivy. While the high temperature will be a degree cooler than the day before at 94 degrees, we’ll have a slightly warmer night with our low only getting down to 76.

As Monday dawns, you can expect some typical summer weather with a mixture of sun, clouds, and the occasional drop of rain, but fortunately we don’t anticipate any high temperatures approaching the 100-degree mark for a couple of weeks. Fingers crossed…!

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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