With plenty of sunshine it's warmed into the 50s around most of our area, with it a bit cooler where snow remains in the Rolling Plains. The weather pattern will stay quiet this weekend, ahead of the next upper-level storm system.
SATURDAY: Clear start in the mid 20s, high near 61, sunny. Wind S/SW 10-16mph.
SUNDAY: A little warmer, high near 63. The wind will shift out of the north during the afternoon as the next cold front moves through our area. This front will lead to colder days next week.
NEXT STORM SYSTEM: Monday will likely stay in the 40s, Tuesday may not get out of the 30s. Computer guidance is showing an upper-level storm system approaching from the southwest. Initially there's a slight chance for rain on Monday. Then it may mix with some snow Monday night into Tuesday morning. And we'll continue a chance for showers all the way through Wednesday.
The exact type of precipitation is uncertain. Right now it looks like rain during the day, then snow or freezing rain at night. But since we're still three to five days out, those specifics aren't too reliable. It's also not yet a lock that we will get showers each of those days.
For now, plan on colder and cloudy weather next week...knowing there's the possibility we'll either get some rain or wintry precipitation.
Have a great weekend. Robert will have an updated forecast posted here Saturday afternoon.