WOODLANDS WEEKEND WEATHER – Hot Child in the Township

By: Woodlands Online Weather
| Published 06/17/2022


THE WOODLANDS, TX – Despite the possibility of rain tempting this weekend with light and scattered showers, rest aside a warm welcome for a mostly sunny weekend. Though chances of it are low, but never none, it might be an opportunity to ensure your windshield wipers are up to snuff for a bit of incoming drizzle.

This weekend we start segueing from Spring to Summer, and it feels it

Today we’ll be expecting a high of 94 degrees. As a mix of clouds and sun blend to foreshadow a possible thunderstorm, the projected weather remains otherwise constant – maintaining high 80s up until noon. Fueled by partly cloudy skies with high levels of humidity, heat will catch up by late afternoon, maxing at 103 with other considered factors. By evening, lower levels of winds come forth to a night of clear skies and decreasing temperatures.

The weekend only gets hotter, but kicking it from Saturday, an abundance of sunshine makes more for a mostly sunny day. The peaking point will be 98 – but never breaking the day before’s record – as lessened external variables will be affecting much of how the outside will feel like. Getting up to 102 degrees, never forget to stay hydrated and take care of yourself. Saturday ends on clear skies, and prompts the low 70s for a Sunday morning.

Sunday begins as a calm set of low 80s in the morning and a day steadily building up into the 90s. Low winds remain constant throughout the day, dwindling by lunch. Clouds only start waving in around 8’oclock in the morning, clocking the blue-skied conditions only hours later. Sunday is a fully sunny day, and a nice way to end the weekend.

As the trends remain stagnant, and no change has been established, it's only time until something changes. Make sure to stay updated, and watch for whether or not the weather pattern makes any difference.

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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