Sunshine has finally returned to the area today, but clouds will quickly build back in this evening ahead of an approaching system from the west. We will see some isolated showers spread across the region overnight, with the best coverage of showers being south of Interstate 20. Rain should exit by sunrise on Saturday, leaving us with a mild and partly cloudy day with highs in the mid 50s.
We should eclipse 60 for our Sunday, which means that rain showers must not be far behind. Clouds will start to thicken late on Monday with some showers possible late in the day.
Our next system will arrive on Tuesday and not depart until Wednesday, meaning we could see some decent rainfall amounts out of this system. There does not look to be the risk of even seeing a thunderstorm at this point.
Rain clears out to close the week into our Valentine's Day with temperatures near normal and mostly sunny skies.
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