Sun to Shine Through on Houston Holiday Parade

By , Expert Senior Meteorologist
November 22, 2012; 5:12 AM
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Despite a foggy start, sunshine returns for this year's Holiday Parade in Houston, Texas.

Temperatures will climb through the 60s and into the 70s during the parade with spans 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. CST on Thanksgiving Day with sunshine burning through the fog.

Winds will blow from the south and southeast at generally 6 mph or less.

The dry, sunny weather may not last for Black Friday shoppers, however.

A cool front will swing through during Friday with a band of clouds and perhaps spotty showers and thunderstorms.

Dry weather with at least partial sunshine is in store for the weekend.

Showers and thunderstorms could affect the area again Sunday night into Monday as a storm system rolls out of the Rockies and across the southern Plains.


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