Looks like May will be warmer than normal across Texas. For Houston this will result in searing 90 degree temperatures becoming common well before June (when that level of heat will become normal.)
We're tracking a chance of rain for Saturday, when the former First Lady's funeral will be held.
April's been unusually dry for our region. To date, slightly over 10% of our viewing area is in the early stages of drought. Rain is coming Saturday but it won't be much. Parts of the Panhandle and W. Texas are in extreme drought in an emergency situation.
This beautiful weather has produced some pretty epic flower displays around southeast Texas this spring. But, where are all the bees? My Sunday blog--> http://www.khou.com/…/brookss-blog-a-reality-that…/539781003
5:30pm - A pleasant night is on the way, though it'll get pretty chilly by morning with Monday starting out in the upper-40s. It'll warm into the 70s by afternoon for a gorgeous -- GORGEOUS - start to the workweek. We are LIVE on KHOU 11 now. -Brooks
Yesterday's distressing images of a bird tangled in fishing line serve as a valuable reminder as to why it's critical to mind your line. In my blog, I discuss how weather this time of year means marine animals are teaming with even more activity and what you can do to help them should you come up, upon one. My blog--> http://www.khou.com/…/brookss-blog-please-mind-yo…/538292771