But before the arrival of Friday night's front, the city could see storms and record heat for October, according to the National Weather Service. Much of the Houston area is under a small threat of showers and thunderstorms Thursday as Hurricane Pamela's remnants collide with Gulf moisture.
🛰️Water Vapor imagery this morning shows a plume of moisture connecting the low pressure system in the Upper Midwest to landfalling #Pamela down in Mexico.October 13, 2021
By Friday, storms and showers likely move out of the area, but temperatures could still reach the low 90s by Friday afternoon before tailing off.
The timing of this weekend's front is difficult to predict, meteorologists said. The front will likely make its way into communities north of Houston shortly after noon Friday and inch south as the day progresses. We could see gusty winds and an occasional pop-up shower as the front moves through the region Friday evening.
The picturesque weather won't last long, however. By Monday, temperatures will reach the mid-80s with chances of rain on tap for Tuesday evening, according to NWS.aside">
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Source : https://www.chron.com/weather/article/houston-cold-front-fall-2021-weekend-temperatures-16529842.php780