Howdy folks and good Wednesday morning. We haven’t seen measurable moisture here in town since the beginning of December but rain is moving across the area to start the day. Showers and thunderstorms will continue move through the Panhandles before thinning out this afternoon, and there may be enough energy for hail and strong downburst winds, so stay alert. Temperatures will reach the 50s and 60s with variable winds at 15 to 25 mph.
Colder weather comes tomorrow with the next front, and our northern counties will see light snow and breezy conditions. Day time highs will reach the 40s tomorrow and then 20s and 30s on Friday as another round of snow showers heads this way. The wintry precipitation starts leaving the area by Saturday night but we’ll thaw out on Sunday.
Meteorologist Chris Martin
Average High: 49
Average Low: 23
Year-to-Date Precipitation: 13.05″
Drying Potential: Moderate
Pan Evaporation: 0.15″