Honestly, you are going to be hard pressed to find better weather than what we are going to have in Houston this weekend, but first, a little history. Earlier this week, ahead of a cold front, we saw pretty warm temperatures with highs in the 70s. But, by Wednesday, the front pushed through and winter was back. Highs Wednesday were mostly in the 50s and in the upper 60s on Thursday with lows were in the upper 30s to low 40s. All that set up what promises to be an outstanding weekend.
Today, expect highs in the 60s and lows in the upper 30s under clear, sunny skies. Ditto for Saturday. A southerly flow should return by Sunday bringing a few lingering clouds and bumping temperatures up to about 70, but this is most definitely a weekend to get outside and enjoy yourself.
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Looking ahead to next week, a front should move through late Monday after temperatures nudge back into the mid 70s. But, no rain or even cloudy skies are expected until late next week when rain chances increase -- albeit only slightly -- and the temperature drops once again.