Whether it’s a day of cloudy rains or sunny chill, you’ll want your jackets this week As Januaries go, this one hasn’t been too bad; the weather has been moderate, the insulation on your outdoor pipes hasn’t really had to be tested, and many who bought flood insurance for this season are maybe (but shouldn’t, better to be safe than so
Today’s rains will make way for a sunny Sunday The Friday morning showers we deal with today are already dwindling, although the clouds are hanging around in full force. We’re already near our high of 56, and for the rest of the day we’ll maintain a slight chance of continuing rains to make this
Minimal clouds and cool temps make for a Shangri-La Woodlands Brace yourselves; winter came and it looks like it’s already checking its watch and eyeing the exit door. For this weekend, things will look positively and gloriously springlike instead of dead-of-winter.
The only surprising thing about this week’s weather is how unsurprising it is This week, the days will be a little warmer and brighter than normal, but fortunately the nights will still be cool, allowing us to cling onto our winter fantasies for just a little bit longer.
High pressure and higher humidity will raise the heat for a stormy weekend On this back-to-the-grindstone Friday, the weather is playing nice to help ease us back into the post-holiday worlds of work and school. But don’t be fooled, this is our last such pretty day for a while, as darkness looms over the weekend.
Early thunderstorms will give way to sunny skies It’s a new year with a new weather pattern. And while 2023 started gloomy and stormy – where it made it difficult to figure out where the fireworks ended and the thunder began – it’s about to get a whole lot sunnier
Clouds, high humidity, and rain might put a damper on your New Year’s plans We wrap up 2022 this weekend, and the forecast is that ‘23 will get a grey and gloomy start. Hopefully the weather won’t presage the year itself. In the meantime, this year will end with some heavy clouds and a chance of rain, but at least the freezi
One more night of sub-freezing temps, then the Great Thaw can begin All things being equal, Woodlands area residents emerged from the Great Christmas Freeze of 2022 relatively unscathed; the power grid held firm and many brittle pipes had already been replaced from last February’s freeze. Those without power were mai
Crews continue to work around the clock to safely restore power; fewer than 8,000 outages remain Entergy Texas crews continue to restore power to communities across Southeast Texas after winter weather with strong winds and gusts impacted the region.
More than 75% of customers restored in less than 24 hours; no power generation concerns at this time After working through the night and this morning, Entergy Texas crews have restored power to approximately 36,000 (75%) of the 48,000
Freezing temps will hang around awhile, so stay alert We survived our first below-freezing night of this long Christmas weekend relatively unscathed (although we’ve definitely seen our fair share of plumbing trucks out on service calls), but tonight and tomorrow morning will be the more critical times f
Extremely cold weather is gripping much of the nation, including areas of Region 6 where these temperatures are a rare occurrence. Region 6 encompasses all of Texas, including of course The Woodlands area. Staying warm and dry is important when tempe
The Woodlands Township urges all residents to stay safe as Winter Storm Elliott will be blowing through The Woodlands beginning Thursday afternoon December 22
An arctic cold front is expected to arrive in Southeast Texas Thursday, bringing strong winds with gusts up to 40-plus mph
It's time to turn the heat back on in cooler parts of the country and the American Red Cross Texas Gulf Coast Region urges families to safely heat their home and protect your pipes to prevent them from freezing.
Only here can you wear t-shirts and long johns in the same day The winter weather is taking on a decidedly Texan twist this week, with highs as high as the 70s and lows nearly 20 degrees below freezing. Buckle your seatbelts and try to keep up with this week’s forecast.
Warm and cloudy will give way to bright and cool Raise a glass and toast with a glass of water that has a chance for the first time this season to actually turn into ice. Freezing temps are right around the corner, and this week is a decent segue from warm to cold.
Some rain and cooler weather will make it feel just a bit closer to the holidays At the risk of jinxing it, it seems like last week was the last time we’ll experience a high temperature in the 80s for this year. In fact, with the exception of snow or frozen pipes, this week will feature some definitive holiday winter weather.
Rains and high temps make for muggy weather that will put a damper on the holiday spirit It’s been warm this week for sure, but at least the sun was out to facilitate outdoor fun. This weekend, the rains will do their best to keep you indoors, but you might have to kick on the air conditioner to make it bearable
It’s decidedly non-holiday this week If nothing else, this week we don’t have to worry about icy roads, fallen power grids, or frozen pipes. In fact, it’s time to dust off the air conditioners, because this week is definitely not feeling the winter.