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From our friends at Space City Weather The overall forecast remains on track for Houston, with a strong Arctic front moving into the region tonight and setting up several days of colder weather. I still don’t things will get too extreme for Houston—much of the city probably will not see a hard freeze—but this winter […]
Sign up for alerts: alerthouston.org With the 7 p.m. update, Tropical Storm Nicholas had winds of 70 miles per hour and is traveling to the NNE at 12 miles per As of 6:30am, the heaviest rain associated with Tropical Storm Nicholas is moving to the northeast as the center of the storm continues to move […]
TROPICS: Looks like a depression/storm forms this weekend in the western Gulf. It will move north toward Texas and bring a lot of moisture along with it. The chance for rain goes up Sunday and lingers through early next week. Heaviest rain threat Texas/SW Louisiana.