Very little change to the forecast over the next few days. It will stay dry and cool heading into mid-week before the next rain maker moves into west Texas.
Tonight, high pressure shifts to the east allowing for light cloud cover overnight. Winds will be light from ESE, so many of us will drop close to freezing again. Clouds will continue to build into Wednesday and temperatures will once again be below seasonal averages, in the mid-to-upper 50s.
That strong upper level storm system will move in the United States into Thursday opening up a wave of moisture, which adds to the moisture being provided by the high pressure to our east.
As a result spotty to numerous light-to-moderate showers are possible on Thursday. Highs will still climb into the 50s for the Big Country and the lower 60s for the Concho Valley. The rain coverage and intensity will be amplified intro Friday as a strong cold front moves through the region. As cold air filters in, wintry mix is possbile for areas north of I-20.
We will stay chilly through the weekend. Before the mercury climbs closer to seasonal averages early next week.
Have a great Hump Day!
-Chief Meteorologist Ricky Cody