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!