Sunday, November 22, 2015


Well, after the rains yesterday, and the temps near 80 on Friday, tonight we are plummeting to below freezing for the first time since end of last Winter/early Spring.

Freeze Warning in Houston - Galveston

Active for next 12 hours · 
This alert has been updated.

Freeze Warning expanded now in effect for areas along and north of the Interstate 10 corridor and more rural areas of northern Harris County through 8 AM.
Winds will become calm over most of the region by 9 PM.
Temperatures only reached the mid 50s during the day and calm winds combined with the clear skies will allow temperatures to fall rapidly this evening. By Midnight areas around Conroe may reach freezing and by 3 AM many areas in the warning may fall to freezing. Temperatures will warm back above freezing around 8 AM.
Freeze Warning In Effect From Midnight Tonight to 8 AM CST Monday.
The National Weather Service in Houston/galveston has issued a Freeze Warning, which is in effect from Midnight Tonight to 8 AM CST Monday.
  • Event: freezing temperatures with minimum temperatures falling to between 27 and 32 degrees.
  • Timing: temperatures will fall below freezing between 3 and 5 AM.
  • Impact: A Freeze Warning means Sub-freezing temperatures are imminent or highly likely. These conditions will kill crops and other sensitive vegetation.

But as with all things "HOUSTON WEATHER", we just wait a few days and it changes...sure enough, look at Thanksgiving day...almost 80!!!


Myrna said...

Interesting weather!
We had our first snowfall Friday and it is supposed to reach 50 on Thanksgiving Day here in Iowa. Is this early for a freeze warning in Houston?

Linda said...

It is 26 now. Almost 70 on Thanksgiving.

1st Man said...

This is fairly early for us. It's not a record, but it's the earliest of the last few years. Crazy weather for sure!

1st Man said...

Isn't that wild? Like a 50 degree increase in temperature. Stay warm! (and cool? ha)

Alison said...

I'm enjoying the chill, it means Faire weather! And almost 80° is heavenly compared to almost 110°, so I'm very happy.