WOODLANDS WEEKEND WEATHER – Fall might be taking a dive

By: Woodlands Online Weather
| Published 09/16/2022


THE WOODLANDS, TX – Though it may feel as if the weekend might be a tad stormy and un-summerlike, the smattering of isolated thunderstorms some of us are about to experience will be short-lived and probably only strong enough to smear our windshields (making this a great opportunity for you to quickly run out to your car and fill up your wiper fluid). By later this afternoon, we’re back to sunny skies and warmer temps for the rest of the weekend.

It’s positively summery this weekend

Today the clouds and dampness will keep our high temperature at ‘only’ 87. By sundown, the air will have dried up and you can end the week on a quiet note with calm skies and a low temp just above 70. Why stay indoors tonight when you can head out to The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion to catch Sammy Hagar with George Thorogood?

Saturday will be perfect outdoors weather with just a couple of clouds blotting out the sun from time to time. The high temp will break 90 degrees – barely – but daytime winds kicking up to about 10 mph out of the southeast will make it delightful. With a 7:30-ish sunset, this is the perfect time, place, and weather to enjoy Points North Theatre’s free production of HENRY V at The Woodlands Arts in the Park - Shakespeare in the Park Festival at Rob Fleming Park.

Overnight Saturday into Sunday, the low will again be right around 71 degrees under starry skies. Sunday itself will dawn to mostly sunny skies with a high of 95 – but a heat index making it feel like 101 – with (again) some occasional clouds and brisk winds providing some cool relief. Maybe you’ll want to grab sunscreen, floppy hat, and a few bucks for The Woodlands Township’s Fly Casting Class at Rob Fleming Park Pond. And it appears that, as you head to sleep Sunday night, your work week will continue with more of the same.

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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