Woodlands Weather This Week – Raindrops keep fallin’ on my head

By: Woodlands Online Weather
| Published 06/27/2022


THE WOODLANDS, TX – Just last week we were warning our readers about the high temps and dry climate and how to protect from the elements. This week, it’s a variation of the theme; the temperatures will relatively nosedive, but the thunder and rains will increase.

Clouds and rain should give way in time for the weekend

The clouds will keep increasing throughout the day, and the last time we have fully sunny skies won’t be until next week. Alongside the increasing cloud cover is a steadily gusting wind, all the way up to 9 mph from the northeast this afternoon. We’ll hit a seasonal 95 for our high, and overnight the clouds and moisture will help bring the low into the mid 70s with an increased chance of light rain.

Tuesday morning will see a resurgence of the winds and a doggedly rising dew point. That afternoon we’ll hit the high for the entire week-plus – 96 degrees – and a small chance of rain with another low of 74.

Wednesday should be our last day of no rain; the high temperatures will ‘only’ reach 91 as the winds kick back in and the clouds stretch from horizon to horizon. Overnight into Thursday, the thunderstorms should begin in earnest.

The silver-and-grey lining is that high temps will only hit the mid 80s on Thursday and Friday as the thunderstorms scour the area and water our lawns. There doesn’t seem to be any chance of flooding, but the precipitation and lightning should be significant enough to compel commuters on the roads to leave extra distances between each other and golfers to stick to indoor driving ranges.

Friday’s storms should get progressively more scattered as the winds and clouds and rains die down, clearing up the skies for an Independence Day weekend worth waiting for.

Stay tuned on Friday as we bring you Woodlands Weekend Weather.

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