Although skies will remain cloudy, we should see the rain hold off most of today (Saturday) pushing in from the west late this afternoon and evening.
Low pressure is gathering strength in Texas and should bring us a decent amount of rain overnight-Sunday. There will be some thunderstorms in the mix, but severe weather should stay to our south as noted by The Storm Prediction Center.
As colder air gushes in behind the system Sunday night through Monday, there should be some snow flurries and snow showers late Sunday night, Monday, and the first part of Tuesday.
Early morning temperatures Monday & Tuesday will be at or below freezing, so although we don't anticipate big accumulations, some slick spots could form on roadways.
However, daytime temps will rise to well above freezing.
We think that by Good Friday, temps could rise to 60 degrees again.