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Rains and high temps make for muggy weather that will put a damper on the holiday spirit It’s been warm this week for sure, but at least the sun was out to facilitate outdoor fun. This weekend, the rains will do their best to keep you indoors, but you might have to kick on the air conditioner to make it bearable
Woodlands Online has created a comprehensive guide to all things Christmas called Christmas In The Woodlands.
It’s decidedly non-holiday this week If nothing else, this week we don’t have to worry about icy roads, fallen power grids, or frozen pipes. In fact, it’s time to dust off the air conditioners, because this week is definitely not feeling the winter.
The year is steamrolling to an end and the holidays beckon. Things can definitely be stressful this week, so here’s a list of our top five favorite events that just might help you out and make it through until next week with a smile on your face.
It’ll be a grey weekend and just a smidgen cooler This past week we had temps breaking 80 for the high, and it looks like next week we might see more of the same, but for this weekend at least it’ll pretend to be near-winter.
A couple of cool days this week will give way to heat and rain Already, our near-total cloud cover this Tuesday morning is starting to wane, even as the winds out of the southwest kick in. Our rain chances will hover around 25 percent until late tonight, when clear, starry skies will break through. The accompany
We’ve survived part one of the holidays, and Thanksgiving (and Black Friday) are behind us. As we definitely delve into the next phase of the season, here are some events to get you in the festive mood!
Warm and cold… wet and dry… what a Thanksgiving weekend This Thanksgiving weekend, there’s much to be thankful for. In searching for the silver lining, weather wise, we here at the Woodlands Online Weather Center can say that we’re thankful – if not a tad impressed – that all four seasons will be represen
This week we’ll only get the occasional glimpse of the sun 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.
It’s Thanksgiving Week and there are a ton of events around The Woodlands for families and solo fliers alike. Here’s a special Top 5 for you to check out!
Total cloud cover, a day of rain, and chilly temps make for a weekend of indoor fun At the Woodlands Online Weather Center, we tend to be ‘glass half full’ in our philosophy. Which is why, despite the doom and gloom projected in this weekend’s forecast, we’re finding a silver lining in the storm clouds that are gathering
FINALLY we get to shiver with the cold all week While the sprinkling may have already started in sundry areas, we can plan for a massive increase in rain this afternoon, and the chilly temperatures will make this a shiver-inducing event. With the full force of the storm we’ll also hit our high of
It can’t be denied – despite the warm weather’s best efforts – that the holidays are rapidly approaching. Here are our top 5 ways to chill out in The Woodlands this week.
The Woodlands never does anything halfway, and that includes the weather 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.
Most of this week will have to deal with highs in the 80s We’re only about seven weeks away from Christmas, and we here at the Woodlands Online Weather Office are hard-pressed to believe it, based on this week’s weather.
Our Events Calendar is filling up each day with more and more alluring and enticing events designed to bring out the best that The Woodlands has to offer.
Tonight’s rains will dry up for a bit, then it’s anyone’s guess The cloud coverage you’ve been seeing all day will stay pretty much at full blanket, keeping our temps in the unseasonable mid 80s, but around seven o’clock tonight we’ll get a surge of rain to go along with it. It’ll last well into the night, keepin
As the year steamrolls to an end, more and more seasonal events are popping up, making it darned near impossible to pick a Top 5, but we’ve done our best. Here’s a sampling, but definitely be sure to check out our full Events Calendar!
The week can't decide if it wants to be wet or dry, warm or cool Monday’s rising cloud cover and temperature aren’t necessarily setting the trend for the entire week. In fact, things are kind of downhill from here.
Wet, dreary, and cold… and wonderful! If you woke up this morning to wet lawns and water dripping from your eaves, grab your umbrellas because there’s more to come.