Spring, Texas – October 10th, 2017: A strong cold front moved through the area this morning bringing gusty north winds and much drier air. Throughout the day today we will see much lower temperatures and Wednesday morning will see the lowest temperatures we have seen this fall.
90% Chance of Rain Sunday Morning Will Usher in Cooler Temperatures
Spring, Texas – October 21st, 2017: According to the National Weather Service, a cold front will move across Southeast Texas Sunday morning.
The front will bring scattered showers and thunderstorms to the area but the front will also usher in cooler temperatures for much of next week. Rainfall with the front will average about a half inch or less with a few spots picking up around 2 inches of rainfall. A few of the stronger storms could produce brief gusty winds but widespread severe weather is not expected. Wind gusts with these storms will likely be stronger near the coast and over the Coastal Waters.
Here is your Spring Happenings 5-Day forecast:
Smoke From Wildfires In Matagorda County Will Move Inland To Houston Area
Spring, Texas – October 18th, 2017: Smoke from wildfires burning in Jefferson and Matagorda Counties will be pushed inland as the wind picks up throughout the day today. According to the National Weather Service, winds will be veering from the east early this afternoon to the southeast later in the day. Expect some smoke and/or reduced visibility to make its way into the Houston metro area. Wind speeds should be light, so these conditions may last well into the evening.
Those with respiratory issues such as asthma should take necessary precautions.
Tropical Depression 16 Forms In Caribbean; NO Current Threat To Texas
Spring Texas -October 4th, 2017: Tropical Depression #16 has formed in the far southwestern Caribbean Sea. It is forecast to become Hurricane Nate this weekend once it reaches the central Gulf of Mexico. The latest model guidance is pointing towards potential impacts along the northern or northeastern Gulf coast late weekend into early next week.
At the time of this posting, forecast models show a potential impact from Louisiana to Florida. There is NO current threat to Texas or the Houston area.
Residents are encouraged to remain cognizant of weather as Hurricane Season runs through November 30th.