It will be another cold night for the area. Temperatures will tumble into the 20s overnight tonight. Some places will fall all the way back to below 25, while most of us will bottom out around 26 or 27.
Wednesday will start cold with morning temperatures below freezing through about 9 or 10 a.m. Most spots will only muster the 50-degree mark for a high temperature. No threat for rain, though some extra high clouds will drift in during the afternoon.
Thursday and Friday the next system will roll through with a chance for showers and some thunderstorms. There isn’t a threat for any severe weather with this system, but a few rumbles of thunder and flashes of lightning may be realized. The best bet for rain will be on Thursday with a 60% chance while some spots may have to wait until the overnight hours before any rain arrives. Highs will be in the mid to upper 50s.
This weekend looks fantastic, albeit a bit chilly, with highs in the mid to upper 50s and mostly sunny skies.
Next week the wind will flip back to the south off the Gulf and start to warm the area back into the 60s ahead of the next chance for rain by the middle of next week.