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What Kind of “Winter” Is in Store for Houston?

With cooler temperatures finally upon us, we discuss what passes for fall and winter weather in Greater Houston with KHOU 11 meteorologist Brooks Garner.

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KHOU 11 meteorologist Brooks Garner.

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It's like Houston's months-long fever finally broke on Tuesday – temperatures suddenly dropped into the 50s and 60s, and now we're experiencing some potentially record-breaking cool weather here.

And yeah, it may not snow much here, but Houston does have its own version of winter, and there are some things you should know, and probably questions you have.

In the audio above, KHOU 11 meteorologist Brooks Garner joins Houston Matters host Craig Cohen to preview the winter of 2018-2019, to discuss what global factors will influence our climate, and to answer listener questions about Houston weather.

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Houston Matters host Craig Cohen and KHOU 11 meteorologist Brooks Garner.
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