Woodlands Weekend Weather – Someone tell the calendar that it’s autumn

By: Woodlands Online Weather
| Published 09/23/2022


THE WOODLANDS, TX – The good news is, we’ve made it to autumn relatively unscathed; no named storms have swept through the area, no need to file flood insurance claims, and certainly no frozen water pipes. On the other hand, it’s another weekend of decidedly non-autumnal weather.

Higher temps and cloudy humidity will keep making it feel like summer

By lunchtime today, we’ll hit a temperature of 92, with an accompanying heat index making it feel like 99. That perceived century mark will be broken a couple of hours later, and it won’t even get back ‘down’ into the 80s until well after sundown tonight. Late afternoon and early evening will, however, enjoy some breezes, so dining al fresco isn’t necessarily off the table. Maybe make that meal a hot dog or two at tonight’s big game between The Woodlands and Conroe.

Tonight’s low of 71 will actually be after sunrise tomorrow, and the weather on Saturday will uptick right around the same time as some scattered clouds moving in. The mostly sunny skies will get up to 97, and the light winds out of the southeast will provide only minimal relief. But there’s still some great outdoor fun to be had, in the guise of the inaugural The Woodlands Renaissance Faire at Rob Fleming Park. The cloud cover will remain through the rest of the weekend, however, only going away when the work week begins on Monday.

Sunday will be a basic repeat of Saturday, with partly cloudy skies and a high of 97 (coming out of a morning low around 70). Another bright, warm, still day to wrap up the weekend. But it’ll get hotter that night if you head over to the Pavilion to catch ZZ Top in concert. However, we just might have the stirrings of a cold front on the horizon, where our daytime temps may come down a bit, but the nights might actually get into the 50s…

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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