Sunday Night: Clouds thicken with a few sprinkles or flurries possible (20% coverage). Low: 36°.
Monday: Some sunshine returns, but cooler. High: 51°
We will squeeze out another very nice day before Mother Nature reminds us it is still winter. Look for more sunshine and mild temperatures today as most climb into the low-mid 60s.
Clouds build tonight behind a rather weak cold front and there could be a few sprinkles or flurries for some, but coverage should only be around 20%-30%.
Sunshine will return for Monday, but it will be noticeably cooler with highs only in the upper 40s-lower 50s. Yet another fast moving front pushes across the region late Tuesday into Wednesday ushering in some even colder air.
In fact, temperatures should actually fall through the 30s during the day. There is also a disturbance moving along the Gulf Coast region at the same time as the colder air is filtering into our area.
At this time, it appears as though the bulk of the moisture will remain to our south and we would only see some light snow showers or flurries, but there is some big differences in the mid-range to long-range forecast models, so we will continue to see how this storm system develops and will have a clearer picture over the next few days.