Happy Monday! We are off to a cold start this morning as temperatures have dropped mainly into the upper-30s to low-40s. Be on the lookout for some patchy fog developing in spots as cool air rushes over our moist ground. Any fog should clear between 9 and 10 this morning. Clouds look to hang around until the mid-morning, with skies quickly clearing afterwards. Highs will make it into the low-70s for our Monday. Mostly clear skies will be with us overnight as we look to bottom out in the mid-40s.
We warm to near 80 by Tuesday under mostly sunny skies and then we should all get into the 80s area-wide by Wednesday under partly cloudy skies. A cold front is expected to push through by Thursday and this disturbance will have to be watched carefully. Strong to severe storms look possible at this time. There are some limiting factors such as how convection develops along the Gulf Coast, so there are still uncertainties remaining. The threat does not look as high as what we saw this past weekend, but this can still change so make sure to keep up to date with the latest forecast on that.
Wrap-around moisture and cloud cover on Friday will allow for chilly conditions and isolated showers. Temperatures will start in the low-60s that morning, with temperatures staying steady in the mid-50s to right around 60 during the day. We’ll be a lot warmer and drier as we head into Easter weekend, with a high around 70 on Saturday and high around 80 on Sunday.