Happy Tuesday! We are off to a mild start as showers continue to push across our area on our Tuesday morning. We'll see periods of rain showers on our Tuesday thanks to a slow moving cold front. This cold front will create a large temperature difference across our area. Areas north of the I-20/Highway-80 corridor with likely see afternoon temperatures only in the upper-50s and low-60s. Areas along the corridor will see afternoon temperatures in the mid-60s and areas south of the corridor look to see afternoon temperatures in the upper-60s and low-70s.
A few showers will continue overnight and into the day on Wednesday. Temperatures Wednesday afternoon will climb into the mid-70s area-wide. A cold front will move through Wednesday night, bringing with it more heavy rain and storms. Flash flooding will be a possibility Wednesday night, though not as great of a threat as we saw yesterday. A strong to severe storm or two looks to be possible Wednesday night/early-Thursday morning, but the severe weather threat as decreased compared to yesterday.
We'll see a chance of some leftover showers by sunrise Thursday morning, otherwise we look to be dry. Friday will feature plenty of sunshine with highs only in the low-50s and lows just below freezing. Saturday will be off to another chilly start, with temperatures dropping below freezing once again. Partly cloudy skies will be in store for Saturday with highs in the mid-50s. Scattered shower chances return Sunday and Monday as temperatures climb into the low-60s and upper-60s, respectively.