Woodlands Weather This Week – 11/21 - 11/25/22 – Be thankful for umbrellas
THE WOODLANDS, TX – As far as our lawns are concerned, we’re in the sweet spot, weather wise – cold but not freezing, and root-nourishing wet. And this trend will continue for most of the week.
This week we’ll only get the occasional glimpse of the sun
Today’s chances of rain are about to hit their peak, then slowly dwindle throughout the rest of the day and evening; but the clouds will remain in full force, combined with the dropping pressure to keep the temps in the mid 40s. Overnight into Tuesday we’ll see only the slightest chances of lingering rains.
Tuesday will see mostly cloudy skies, but this time the cloud coverage will work to warm things up, and we just might break 60 for a high. The overnight low will get close to coming back down into the upper 40s.
The warming trend will continue for Wednesday; once again, there will be significant cloud coverage, and our high will get firmly planted in the upper 60s, setting a trend for the rest of the week. The chances of rain, however, will hold off until late at night as the low hits the mid 50s, and when you wake up Thursday morning you’ll be greeting with quite the soggy Thanksgiving. The thunderstorms and near-total clouds will remain throughout the day, with a relatively muggy high of 68, so if you’re planning on cooking on the patio, you might want to rethink your stance.
Right around midnight, the cloud coverage will abruptly cut in half as the rain chances lessen, and as you sleep off your tryptophan coma, you can snuggle under the blankets as the low returns to the 40s.
Black Friday will – weather wise – be more of a grey Friday, with a 50 percent chance of clouds and rains all day; even the temperature will lower itself into the low 60s for a high, so if you’re planning to go out shopping or traveling, keep an extra eye out for traffic conditions.
As the weekend morphs into next week, look for some significant warming trends…
Stay tuned on Friday as we bring you Woodlands Weekend Weather.