Woodlands Weekend Weather & Events – March 22 - 24, 2024 – Weekend recovery

By: Woodlands Online Weather
| Published 03/22/2024


THE WOODLANDS, TX – This morning we awoke to a lot of fallen foliage and slick streets, thanks to yesterday’s and last night’s series of strong storms that surged through the entire area. Fortunately, the violence is behind us, and we’re in for a relatively benign weekend.

The blitzing storms have wandered away… for now.

Already, increasing winds are helping to blow the clouds away, as well as making our mid-70s high feel cooler. A dropping humidity and bright skies should encourage you to slap (or spray) on some sunscreen when headed out and about, because the coolness might make you think you’re safe from the more harmful solar rays.

Speaking of coolness, the temperatures will start to plummet around 5 o’clock this afternoon, a couple of hours before sundown, and we should be in the 50s for our low by midnight. The wonderful season weather should have dried up the grass enough for the entire family to enjoy the Township-sponsored Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt at Terramont Park tonight. Fortunately, the winds will have died down to about nothing by then, so it should make for a peaceful, still night.

Saturday morning will start off bright and cheery under sunny skies, as the mercury slowly works its way back into the 70s for an afternoon high of 77. But right around that time, the clouds will come back into the picture, blotting out more and more of the blue but never threatening to dump rain on us like earlier. Sounds like it’s nature’s way to get us to curl up with a good book or three, so hit the South Library for the last day of its annual Book Sale and come away with some great literary deals! Though the night will be a lot cloudier than the one before, it’ll be a tad warmer with the overnight low of 58.

As Sunday dawns, you’ll see that the clouds will have remained, still unthreatening but pendulous nonetheless. The slightest chances of rain will jockey for position with rising winds that will gust up to nearly 20 miles per hour. Once again, the high will be around 77, but the low – thanks to the clouds and a dropping pressure system – will be about 10 degrees higher than the previous night’s low. Chances are, all will be just perfect for the Concert in the Park happening outdoors at Northshore Park.

As you go to bed Sunday night, though, chances are you’ll hear some thunderous rumblings coming your way for a wet Monday…

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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