Cold air parks in our region the rest of the week
Cold Air is the headline this week! Freeze / freeze conditions are possible.
Drier conditions are pouring in for us today! Staying fairly cool as the peaks will hold mostly into the 40s. We will see a mix of sun and cloud throughout the day.
By tonight, more clouds are accumulating and even a rain / snow shower is possible. We have a depression to the south that will cross the Gulf Coast region. Some of this moisture could reach our viewing area this evening and Thursday. This coupled with the cold northern air could help turn the rain into light snow.
Tonight’s lows will flirt with the Freezer Mark. I believe most of the area will stay dry. The best location for precipitation would be areas mostly south of 460 (of course other places outside of this range might see it as well, but that south of 460 has a higher chance).
A rain / snow shower is still possible throughout Thursday, but most of us will see mostly cloudy skies. Highs only in the 40s again tomorrow with lows falling below zero in the 20s and 30s.
We end up warming things up. Friday we’re still considered cooler than normal for this time of year, but our highs will be back in the upper 40s and lower to mid 50s. This weekend, expect to be 50 for the most part. Low temperatures will always be cooler in the 1920s and 1930s, even until Monday morning.
Good news for anyone with outdoor plans this weekend, we look dry with mostly sunny skies. Friendly reminder: the clocks go back one hour on Sunday at 2 a.m.!