It is hard pressed to ask for a better day weather-wise for Valentine's Day. Skies were clear with plenty of sunshine and seasonal temps. Tomorrow will be a little warmer as we should climb back into the lower and middle 60s as clouds arrive late in the day.
Saturday will see a cold front swing through the area. This front will drop temperatures dramatically back down into the 40s. The front should be dry for the most part, although I cannot rule out at this point a drop of rain or even a flurry of snow. Nothing will accumulate, rain or snow, but we could see a type of precipitation fall for a short period of time, mostly for locations north of I-20.
We start rebounding Sunday into Monday before system number 2 arrives late in the day to bring us rain into Tuesday morning. The good news is that this system will move through quickly; the bad news is we could see an inch of rain which could add to flooding problems.
After system 2, we dry out for the back half of Tuesday and Wednesday before another front arrives on Thursday. This one looks a little stronger, so we will have to keep our eyes on it, as it could mean some thunderstorms for us. We have plenty of time to watch it though.
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