Today: A disturbance from the Gulf of Mexico has moved in, bringing light showers and drizzle. Most of the showers have happened down near the coast, where it is above freezing, with no frozen precipitation sticking. Some showers have happened farther north but not much has fallen north of the I-10/12 corridor. Freezing drizzle may have occurred at one point or another, briefly, but likely melted shortly after falling. Elevated surfaces will be the real concern his morning. Bridges and overpasses that are wet could develop a thin layer of ice and cause issues this morning, so we’ll have to watch it closely. This afternoon no rain is expected with cloudy skies sticking around and highs barely reaching 40 degrees. Clouds will clear in the evening allowing overnight lows to dip into the mid-20s. This will be a hard freeze. Remember to cover your plants, bring the pets inside and protect your pipes. 

Weekend: Saturday should be getting into the upper-40s with mostly sunny skies. Saturday night could see another hard freeze. Sunday warms into the mid-50s with more sunshine. Sunday night should drop just a degree or two near the freezing line.  

Monday-Tuesday: The start of next week will be warmer with scattered rain late on Monday. Highs will be in the mid-50s Monday and near 60 Tuesday. Overnight lows Monday night may only be in the mid-40s. 

Wednesday-Thursday: Mid-week should cool down again with highs in the low-50s and overnight lows possibly dipping below freezing again.