More showers made into the area than what was indicated or expected. Most of the shower activity has been north of the I-20, but we do see a few showers south of I-20 as well. Tonight expect the scattered showers to continue through the night and into early Monday morning. Overnight low in the mid to lower 50's.
We will experience a brief warm up ahead of another cold front with our highs stretching into the upper 70's by Wednesday. It's too early to say whether there might be severe weather with it but it bears watching. It will play a role in trick or treating as its expected to hit Thursday night and bring lots of rain.
Once the cold front passes the temperatures will drop. Early indications look like it wont be a drastic cool down, like what we saw this past week, however, some computer models are indicating it might be a big cool down.
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