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Summer is wheezing out one final hot weekend Officially we’re in autumn, but the summer heat isn’t quite finished. Nearly, but not quite. It looks like we have one last weekend of temps in the 90s before the month of Columbus Day, International Coffee Week, and Halloween finally takes hold with
Top 5 Things to Do This Week in The Woodlands – September 25 - October 1, 2023
The high temps are kicking and screaming their way out We may be out of the 100s for our highs, but the thermometer is fighting the drop with all its might, leaving us with another week or so of weather that’s just a tad too unseasonably warm. True, there is a general cooling trend, but we’ll get some sp
Fall hits this week… but did someone tell the weather? We hate to make promises we can’t keep, but we’re pretty confident that the days of triple-digit highs are behind us for the next nine months or so. The seasons continue, and this week on Friday we’ll officially be in fall. Fortunately, the weather p
Top 5 Things to Do This Week in The Woodlands – September 18 - 24, 2023
First the rain, then temps in the 60s The wet stuff has returned with a vengeance, with thunder rumbling and raindrops pounding on our roofs and windowsills. The Woodlands Online Weather Team would like the personally thank whoever washed their car earlier this week, prompting the rain.
We’re careening towards fall, and the weather is finally cooling down a tad to celebrate it. What better time than to sample some of the amazing events The Woodlands has cooking? Here’s a list of our top five faves.
Could we finally be at the tail end of triple-digit temperatures? Can it be? Possibly! It looks like today just might be the final day of high temperatures in the 100s. For weeks – if not months – we’ve been keeping our fingers crossed, and it looks like our fervent wishing might just be paying off. Lower temps, cl
There’s some gloom at the end of the tunnel, but that’s a good thing! Slowly but surely we’re coming out of the record-breaking heat bubble that’s been plaguing us for a couple of months now, and cloudier skies and cooler weather is right around the
A handy guide on what to do for the long holiday weekend The weather looks like it will more or less play nice for the three-day holiday weekend that comes along for most for Labor Day. True, there will be sweltering heat and humidity during the day, and the weekend might actually end up with some thunder
With luck, we might just avoid triple digits this week If you’ve survived The Woodlands weather thus far, then soon it’ll become one of those things that one day you’ll look back on and laugh. For now, however, the giggles of fondness may be in short supply as the record-breaking heat continues. That bei
Whether you’re looking to party or relax, whether you’re a DIYer or a car lover, we have some events that are right up your alley this week. Check out our top five!
Will the rain evaporate before it hits the ground? Week in and week out, weekday and weekend, it’s been pretty much the same story; blazingly sunny and crushingly hot, with pavement you can bake a cake on and grass that crunches under your feet. Barring an apocalyptic solar flare, however, know that
This week, we have events that range from brightening your life to possibly saving your life. While you peruse our list of our top five faves, remember that these are but a small fraction of what’s on our event calendar, and we hope you check it out
Unfortunately, it’s more of the same for this weekend For those who fear change, you’re in luck; once again, we’re in for yet another weekend of mostly sunny days with high temperatures in the 100s. Even nighttime doesn’t bring too much relief as the overnight lows – which actually hit just before dawn
Fire Weather Watches are in effect from now through Friday evening at 9:00 p.m. for low relative humidity and extremely dry fuels for portions of Montgomery County including The Woodlands.
Don’t let the hot weather make you sweat when it comes to deciding what to do with family and friends this week and weekend; Woodlands Online has you covered with our list of our favorite top five things to do. Did we miss something you like? Add it
Keep tabs on school zones and keep cool Schools in Conroe Independent School District resume classes Wednesday morning, meaning a significant percentage of school zones will be in effect. Most private schools in The Woodlands - such as The John Cooper School or The Woodlands Christian Acad
School’s back in session for many, and the weather doesn’t look like it’s going to cool down anytime soon, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still have tons of fun in The Woodlands! Here’s a list of our top 5 suggestions.
Ain’t gonna lie… it’s gonna be a hot one. We hope that you enjoyed the jacket weather of last week, because this week we’re back to high temperatures in the 100s and daily heat advisories, with ample humidity tagging along to add about 10 degrees to the natural high temp each day. To add ins