Don't pack away your jackets just yet! After the big warmup comes two cool fronts.
DAVID TILLMAN: Hello, I'm meteorologist David Tillman with your one minute weather forecast. And it looks like we're going to continue with this very warm and sticky weather for the next several days until a cool front moves through on Sunday. First thing tomorrow morning, you'll wake up to temperatures, believe it or not, in the middle 60s out there over most of the area, some places might only drop to the low 60s there to the east and south of the Houston area. But most of us will be very warm and sticky.
And look at tomorrow afternoon. Upper 70s to around 80 degrees for a high. It will be breezy, just like we had on Wednesday, and there will be that slight chance for rain at 20%.
Here's the three day forecast. It's calling for more of the same, all the way through Saturday. Winds gusting to more than 20 miles per hour with high temperatures around 80, and a 20% or less chance for rain. Here is Saturday with an increase in clouds out there, again, that 20% chance. But rain chances certainly go up on Sunday as a Pacific front moves through. That front is called a Pacific front because the air behind it is not going to be all that cold. As a matter of fact, this first of two fronts will pass through and cool us off at night, but not so much during the day. There's a look at the rain that will be moving through. There'll be a chance for strong thunderstorms to the north of us, and heavy snow well to the north over the Rockies.
There's the extended forecast. Lows in the 60s, highs around 80 through Saturday, but a high of 72 on sunny with that 60% chance for rain. Monday looks to be dry, but still mild in the afternoon, cool in the morning, with a low of 49. Then as we head into the middle part of next week on Wednesday, that second of two cool fronts moves through. That one should be just strong enough to drop our lows into the 40s, and we'll have highs in the 60s starting next Thursday.