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Last Map Update: Wed, Dec. 7, 2016 at 2:35:15 am CST

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A strong cold front will move across the region Wednesday night into Thursday morning. Isolated to scattered showers will be possible along and ahead of the front, with windy and cold conditions behind it.
Freezing temperatures are possible at many places north of Interstate 10 on Friday morning. Temperatures may be below freezing for 2-6 hours. Don't forget to protect the 4 P's: people, pets, plants, and pipes!
A strong cold front is still on schedule to move through Southeast Texas Wednesday night through early Thursday morning. It will turn much colder and breezy behind the front (windy along the coast), and freezing temperatures look to be a possibility late Thursday night through Friday morning maybe as far southward as in and around the Interstate 10 area. The freezing line could end up a little further north or a little further south of I-10 depending on cloud cover, winds and possible still wet grounds.
Here are a couple items to possibly help you out during the anticipated cold temperatures beginning on Wednesday night and Thursday and persisting through Saturday morning.
Here is the climate information for Wednesday (December 7th).