HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) —
Dense fog has returned this morning as warm, humid air from the Gulf blows in behind a warm front. This time we cannot have to attend long for an additional cold entrance to blow away the fog.
Monday morning will start delicate and muggy with patchy fog and temps in the 60s. Temperatures will climb into the low to mid 70s despite in depth clouds.
Our next chilly entrance strikes in late Monday night time with a spherical of showers and some thunderstorms. The threat of severe climate appears low presently, but a number of rumbles of thunder might awaken you in the night time. As soon as the dry air behind this front reaches the coast, the sea fog will shortly disperse, and this time we’ll truly get a wholesome dose of sunshine for Tuesday!
You will have the prospect to take pleasure in extra sunshine Wednesday earlier than the sky clouds spread again over for Valentine’s Day ahead of one other cold front arriving Friday. This entrance should move by means of principally dry.
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