01/25/20 - Today we had a beautiful start to the weekend with high temperatures in the mid 50s. It was a cold morning with lows at or below freezing. This morning was likely the last time we will have temperatures at or below freezing for the next several days.
Cloud cover and moisture will be increasing from the west overnight ahead of our next weather maker. Skies will be mostly cloudy by the time you wake up tomorrow morning. This will prevent lows from dropping too much. Temperatures will be in the upper 30s to low 40s.
A disturbance will be passing to our south tomorrow afternoon bringing periods of rain across much of the area. The farther south you go, the higher the rain totals will be. Locations north of I-20 can expect less than half of an inch of rain. Areas south of the interstate can expect around half an inch, localized amounts a little higher will be possible. No thunderstorms are expected. Highs will be in the low 50s.
We will dry out on Monday before another disturbance moves through the area late Tuesday. We will see another round of rain across the twin states Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. By the end of next week, a low pressure system will form in the northern Gulf and move on shore, bringing yet another round of soggy weather. Temperatures will be slightly above average through the end of next week.