Woodlands Weekend Weather & Events – February 9 - 11, 2024 – Whatever you do, don’t wash your car

By: Woodlands Online Weather
| Published 02/09/2024


THE WOODLANDS, TX – The weather has been playing relatively nicely with us recently, warming things up to springlike levels. But sometimes with the spring comes the rain, and this weekend we’re going to get some in abundance.

Chances are, you’re going to get wet this weekend

As the day progresses, we’ll be flirting with small chances of rain as the cloud cover continues to spread over the horizon. We’ll make it all the way up to 76 right around the five o’clock whistle, and then our temps will make the slow and shallow dip into the mid 60s for an overnight low. Speaking of overnight, that’s when the rains will start in earnest. Before they hit too hard, enjoy the indoor/outdoor fun of Sawyer Park Ice House as they present a Mardi Gras Masquerade with live music!

The downpour will continue well into the day on Saturday, and if by lunchtime you haven’t seen rain, you’re lucky. More than three-quarters of an inch will fall on us through the thunder, so while there’s no real danger of flooding, the roads may be treacherous. The wetness will help keep our high at a balmy 70 degrees. Keep the kiddies occupied from the rain by taking them to Learning Express Toys to celebrate the Chinese New Year.

As Saturday turns to Sunday, there will be dips in the rainfall but it won’t completely go away; in fact, on Sunday we can expect another quarter-inch of rain to hit us, with a midday spike to us as we enjoy our brunches and the mercury makes it into the low 70s. For the Big Game, Ale & Ivy has a special Viewing Party that’s guaranteed fun for all. After that, slowly both the rains and the temperatures will dip. Miraculously, you should go to bed Sunday night with clear, starry skies overhead.

The work week ahead may look a lot drier and brighter, but you may wish to hold off making any outdoor plans next weekend quite yet…

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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