One more weirdly warm day, before a quiet end to the week.
Gusty south winds have once again added moisture to the air. Clouds, spotty showers will be the rule though the afternoon hours as temps again move into the low to mid 70s. Areas west may even see a little sun later to push highs well into the 70s.
This evening (5-11pm) as a dry line moves in from the west and a cold front whips in from the northwest...we will see a line of storm erupt from about the I-35 corridor EAST. They will be capable of high winds (50+), some hail and even an isolated tornado. Once these sweep through, drier air comes in overnight.
Wednesday looks great! Sunshine with a NW breeze. Upper 60s.
Thanksgiving starts cool (40s), finishes near 70 as sun gives way to some later day clouds. A weak cold front goes through at night...so Friday will be cooler (mid 60s) with more clouds.
At this time, the weekend looks mostly cloudy. South winds again develop, so by Sunday, more showers and storms will be possible. A stronger disturbance heads in Monday followed by some very chilly air by the middle of next week. Coldest of the season