Storm Prediction Center
Texas Meteorological Satellite Images
More and more, when I review computer model forecasts for weather around SE TX, I see the word “hot” emerge. That is actually a normal consequence of the Texas spring season, and nowhere near the intensity and durability of what transpired locally in the past two Mays. Just be forewarned that readings will be rising overall, and that the 6 – 10 day prediction may see our first taste of middle 90s (F) weather since last October.
With all of the storm dynamics across the middle latitudes, potential for rain and thunderstorms in Houston will be limited through mid-May. There may be a brief shower chance Monday, perhaps a good shot at stronger convection next weekend. So, the repetitious forecast is back: partly cloudy, very warm, humid.
Friday: Mostly sunny, windy, hot and humid. Highs 88 Port Bolivar to 92 Satsuma
Friday Night: Partly cloudy, breezy, mild, humid. Lows 67 Addicks to 71 Gilchrist
Saturday: Partly sunny, windy, warm, humid. Highs 86 Caplen to 90 Cypress
Saturday Night: Partly cloudy, breezy, mild, humid. Lows 69 Rose Hill to 73 High Island
Sunday: Partly sunny, warm, and very humid. Highs 85 Mont Belvieu to 89 Pinehurst
Monday: Variable cloudiness, warm, humid. Risk of a brief shower in the afternoon. High 86, Low 72
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, warm, and humid. High 85, Low 73
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, breezy, warm, and humid. High 88, Low 74