Woodlands Weekend Weather – At last…
THE WOODLANDS, TX – It may not be permanent by any stretch of the imagination, but those of us who have been bemoaning the heat and humidity are about to get their grouses answered, and with a vengeance. And it all starts today.
The Woodlands never does anything halfway, and that includes the weather
Today early afternoon, the temperature will keep climbing to its high of 80, then take an abrupt U-turn and start dropping like a hot potato. By 5 o’clock this afternoon we’ll be in the 60s; by 7:00 p.m. in the 50s; and before midnight we’ll be down into the 40s. Tagging along with this precipitous drop is an increase in precipitation, with thunderstorms booming and possibly putting a damper on tonight’s football games. But don’t let your outdoors spirits get soggy; instead, take advantage of the calm before the storm at The Woodlands Township’s Veterans Day Tribute.
Overnight, the clouds will remain but the storms will abate. In fact, we’ll have significant cloud cover until Saturday afternoon, where brisk winds from the north will shoo the stormclouds away. Under partly cloudy skies, the temps will; labor to get into the upper 50s for a high. But come late afternoon the mercury will drop anew, and we’ll experience a low in the mid 30s; not quite freezing weather, but pretty darned close. Maybe some hot music would warm things up, so think about hitting the inaugural 11-11 Music Fest in Conroe.
Coming into Sunday, it’ll be a lot more sunny and slightly warmer, with a high finally breaking the 60 degree barrier. But in the afternoon the clouds will return in force, and the clouds will remain – along with more cold weather and chilly rain – as we shiver our way into next week. But while the Sunday lasts, it’s perfect weather to take the entire family to the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion for the annual Children’s Festival presented by Texas Children’s Hospital - The Woodlands.
Stay tuned for weather updates from Woodlands Online, and be sure to check us out on Monday for our “Week Ahead” forecast.