We had plenty of cloud coverage over the weekend, even some spotty shower activity and drizzle on Saturday, but there have been a few breaks in the clouds to allow some sun rays to break through. We could certainly use some rain though as we are edging closer and closer to 2.5” below normal for this time of year in the rainfall department.
We won’t get any relief for that tonight, it will be humid and mainly cloudy though with some patch fog developing near the coast and moving inland throughout the night. Visibility will drop around 1-2 miles so use caution. Lows will fall into the middle 60. Winds: SE 6-12 MPH
Monday, there will be a front that will be moving through north and central Texas, so we’ll be left with a mix of clouds and sun along with above normal temperatures in the mid to upper 80s over a good part of the area with the exception of our coastal locations in the upper 70s. Winds: SE 7-14 MPH.
Monday evening, into the overnight hours, that front will push through the area with only a few showers. Most of us will remain dry.
Tuesday and Wednesday will be very nice with mainly sunny skies and highs in the mid to upper 70s and lows in the upper 50s to low 60s.
By Thursday and Friday, clouds will come back along with plenty of wind with a storm system that will drive down from the Pacific northwest.
Saturday and Sunday, the upper-level low from the northwest will dig into north Texas and the associated frontal boundary will kick off showers and thundershowers. The surface front will move through Saturday evening and into Sunday and cooler air will move in. Though it will be dreary, chilly and damp with showers in the area for much of Sunday.