Clouds have built in today and will remain in place through our Tuesday as an area of low pressure to our west will dive to the Gulf Coast and hug the coast as it moves eastward. As the system moves to our south, we could see a shower or two make it into the viewing area, especially our southern locations south of Highway 18. For the most part, outside of a stray shower, mostly overnight and early Tuesday morning, clouds will be with us and keep us from getting as warm as we could get.
A stronger cold front looks to arrive on Thursday, and this one as of now looks to bring rain area wide. This front will work through during the day, and behind it, will leave sunnier skies and very warm temps. Highs this weekend will push 70 degrees again.
Our final front, and perhaps the strongest of the three, looks to arrive on Monday. This one looks to be a slow mover and so could generate some decent rain chances for us as we move into next week. Not only that, but it could also mean a couple of storms. It is way to early to say if they will be severe, but thunder looks possible into the beginning and middle of next week.
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