What a difference a few hours can make. The severe weather is out and much nicer weather has followed. A few showers can't be ruled out during the overnight into Sunday morning, but nothing like what we got earlier on Saturday. The skies will brighten up tomorrow afternoon with more sunshine and that will cause temperatures to rise into the 60's with lower humidity for all of us. Cooler, but still sunny weather returns early next week, but temperatures start warming up a little bit as we get to Christmas Day.
Triangle Tonight: Partly cloudy with just a very isolated shower possible, lower humidity. Low near: 53 in Beaumont, 53 in Orange, and 53 in Port Arthur. Winds: West to northwest 3-7 mph.
Triangle Sunday: Partly cloudy and very nice with an early shower possible. High near: 66 in Beaumont, 66 in Orange, and 66 in Port Arthur. Winds: Northwest 5-10 mph.
Lakes Tonight: Partly cloudy with a few isolated showers possible. Low near: 49. Winds: West-northwest 3-7 mph.
Lakes Sunday: Partly cloudy with lower humidity. High near: 65. Winds: Northwest 5-15 mph.
Monday: Sunny and cool. Low near: 35. High near: 54. Winds: North 7-17 mph.
Christmas Eve Tuesday: Sunny and cool. Low near: 31. High near: 58. Winds: Northeast 5-12 mph.
Christmas Wednesday: Partly sunny and pleasant. Low near: 41. High near: 59. Winds: East-Northeast 5-13 mph.
Thursday: Partly sunny with a 20% chance of showers. Low near: 45. High near: 57. Winds: Northeast 5-15 mph.
Friday: Partly sunny with isolated showers and cool. Low near: 45. High near: 55. Winds: Northeast 5-15 mph
Saturday: Partly cloudy and pleasant. Low near: 39. High near: 59. Winds: Northeast 5-10 mph.
Forecasted by 12 First Alert Meteorologist David Wolter
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