After a night of stormy weather, skies have been clear through the day as temperatures have returned to the 60s under much less humid conditions. We will start to see some clouds return overnight in the form of high clouds. Aside from those clouds, Saturday will see plenty of sun with highs pushing 70.
Sunday will see a system develop in the Gulf of Mexico and throw moisture our direction. The best chance to see rain will be locations south of Interstate 20, but showers will be around through the day. As a cold front arrives Sunday night, we could see a few showers into our Monday, but most of Monday looks dry.
Tuesday brings cold front number two, and this one looks to bring more showers for the area. Thunderstorms are not really expected at this point and the atmosphere does not look conducive for severe weather. Behind this front, arctic air will again make a push into the area as we will see highs drop down into the 40s and lows below freezing for the later portion of next week. As of now, this cool down does not look to last too long as we should get back towards normal for next weekend.
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