Thursday-Friday:  

Cold Front:  

A cold front pushed in overnight. Any lingering showers will clear by mid-morning. No severe weather was seen in our area with this line of storms.  Breezy north winds and cooler temperatures settle in today with mostly cloudy skies in place. Highs barely reach the mid-50s. Most of the day temperatures will be on a downward trend.  

Wintry Weather: 

Overnight Thursday temperatures are forecast to drop a few degrees below freezing. This coincides with a disturbance from the Gulf of Mexico that moves in, bringing rain late Thursday into Friday morning. This disturbance from the gulf is a warmer air mass so it will likely ride up and over the cold air on the ground. As rain falls, it will approach the ground and with it, enter a layer of temperatures likely at or below freezing. This means the rain could freeze on contact at the surface leaving things icy or freeze before reaching the ground, resulting in sleet. So far, sleet looks very unlikely and freezing rain accumulations will likely be very little. Only a glaze in some spots. The air will just be too dry for any significant wintry precipitation. Despite this, everyone should stay tuned. This is a developing forecast and could change. Even if we don’t see frozen precipitation Thursday and Friday, bridges and overpasses need to be watched closely in case of freezing over Thursday night. Overnight Friday could dip into the mid-to-upper 20s. 

Saturday-Tuesday:  

Dry and cold weather settles in for the weekend with highs Saturday and Sunday in the low-50s. Partly cloudy skies are forecasted. Sunday night is above freezing at 34 degrees. Monday is slightly warmer with highs in the upper-50s. We could reach 60 by Tuesday. A few showers are possible on Tuesday.