Houston Just Might See Its First Snow Fall In Two Years Early Next Week

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Houston Just Might See Its First Snow Fall In Two Years Early Next Week

Winter is real.

Bundle up, Houston, because it’s only going to get colder. As we descend further into the cold-shower polar vortex of this weekend, experts are predicting the first snowfall in the city since February 2019. [Featured image via Shutterstock]

Where were you February 8, 2019 – the last time it snowed in Houston? In case you missed it, stick around on Monday, February 15, for a rare Space City phenomenon.

According to The Weather Channel, Houston is set to experience a mix of wintry precipitation this coming Monday with a high of 30°F on Monday with a low of 14°F:

“A mix of wintry precipitation in the morning. Then mainly cloudy in the afternoon,” the report reads on its website. “Chance of [precipitation] 80%. About one inch of snow and ice expected.”


That said, other reports are, understandably so, a little more cautious about predicting snow. AccuWeather is reporting a similar high and low at 30°F and 16°F, respectively, but with a lower probability of precipitation at 56%. That precipitation, they predict, will come in the form of sleet.

Other sources, such as Click2Houston, predict a “wintry mix” of precipitation on Monday, as well as Wednesday.

All said, experts can agree on one thing: it’s going to be cold in Houston for a while. Indoor activities are recommended. Stay warm!

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