Low pressure bringing rain to SE Texas will pull away this morning. Other than clouds (sprinkles SE) , we should see at least some sun develop. Highest temps are west (60s) with upper 50s east as clouds may linger longer.
A strong cold front blows in with falling temps this evening and even some patchy drizzle overnight. Lows will fall to near freezing by morning with a brisk wind and chills in the 20s.
Generally cloudy skies for Thursday with highs barely above 40.
Friday starts chilly, but finishes with a nice mild south wind before the weekend warm up!
Winds will crank up saturday pushing us well into the 70s and even 80 from FTW west. We will hold onto the warm temps Sunday as a cold front heads in later than previous forecasts.
That will drop us back into the 60s next week, but no storms are forecast and no cold air as well...