Temps rise over the next couple of days, then big cool down

Happy Wednesday! Dense fog has developed in spots this morning, mainly north of I-20/Hwy-80. Be sure to use extra caution as you head out on the roadways. This means leaving a little bit of extra time to get to your destination, leaving plenty of space between you and the car in front of you, and using your low beam headlights. Temperatures are in the upper-50s and low-60s this morning under mostly cloudy skies. Similar to yesterday, we will need to get rid of some morning cloud cover before we see lots of sunshine on our Wednesday. The clouds should not hang around as long as yesterday and they should start clearing between 9 and 10 a.m. the latest. Highs will be in the upper-80s today with a tad bit more humidity than compared to yesterday. We'll see mostly clear skies tonight with Thursday morning lows in the mid-60s.

Isolated showers and storms will be possible on our Thursday, but most of us will remain dry with highs in the upper-80s. A cold front will be arriving from the west between the Friday and Saturday time frame. There are still some stark model difference in the timing of the frontal passage, but right now I am calling for scattered showers and storms Friday afternoon, with scattered shower chances for the overnight hours and into Sunday morning. A wash-out is not expected, but it may be a good idea to bring the rain gear to our area Football Friday games. There is still time for this forecast to change, so make sure to stay up to date with the latest.

Highs on Saturday will struggle to even get out of the 60s, and by Sunday morning, temperatures will have dropped into the upper-40s. Sunday will feature mostly sunny skies with highs in the mid-70s. Another disturbance will bring rain chances Monday and Tuesday of next week, with highs in the low-80s both days.