THIS AFTERNOON: We've got a beautiful blue sky across the region. Though it's been a few degrees below average, it's a bit warmer than the cloudy, cold weather we had yesterday.
TONIGHT: Clear and cold, low near 26. Light NE wind.
TOMORROW: Sunny again, southerly wind returning by the afternoon 5-10mph. High near 56.
NEXT FEW DAYS: A weakening disturbance will move across the region Wednesday. It might bring a few sprinkles. At this point the rain chance looks a little better south of our area. High near 55.
Then it'll get warmer late week. High in the lower 60s on Thanksgiving. The weather will be pretty quiet around Texas and the South Central United States. Rain should finally return to the West Coast, including the fire sites.
Upper 60s and breezy here Friday.
WEEKEND: Saturday should again reach the upper 60s, breezy. A front will make it cooler Sunday and Monday. Possibly colder. There are some pretty big differences in the computers. It does look like a storm system will move out of the Rockies this weekend or early next week. It could mean some rain or snow, but at this point it looks more favorable for the Panhandle and locations farther north.
Next week looks cool to cold, high in the 40s and 50s.
Have a great rest of your day. Bobby will have a full update to the forecast here early tomorrow.