The front has pushed well south of our area leading to good rainfall this morning across the Hill Country and the Houston area. We are left with much cooler temperatures with around a twenty degree drop in highs from yesterday, high near 53. Partly sunny with a breezy northeast wind 15-20mph.
TONIGHT: A upper level low will push east across New Mexico bringing good lift across our area. We don't have a lot of moisture, but enough to get some light precipitation. With freezing/ near freezing morning temperatures, light snow with little to no accumulation expected. Also, some light showers when temperatures aren't freezing into Saturday morning.
WEEKEND: It stays cloudy and cold Saturday with the high only warming to the low 40s. The chance for any precipitation will begin clearing from west to east. Rain amounts staying light with some locations a tenth of an inch. Clouds begin to clear early Sunday, then sunny but cool again. Northerly wind increases 15-25mph for another breezy day.
NEXT WEEK: Temperatures will climb and drop through the week with the warmest day Tuesday. Morning temperatures below freezing and frigid Monday morning. Wind speeds increase again with the next front to drop us back to the 40s Wednesday.
-Meteorologist Bobby Johnston