February ends on a familiar note...WARM
Another day, yet another day above average for late February, even despite the cold start for most this morning. Some spotty showers and storms continue to be a possibility through the overnight hours, but most activity will wane after midnight tonight.
The final two days of February present the opportunity for highs in the lower 80s yet again, but sunshine will likely be limited both days, even with the unseasonably warm temperatures. With all this warm air and a record warm February, bluebonnets sightings are going up, and it is certainly a bit early for them. Both Monday and Tuesday feature a chance for some isolated showers and storms, but overall, don't expect much more other than the occasional sprinkle and mostly cloudy skies.
We'll cool it off again for the start of March, with a slightly better chance for some morning thunderstorms on Wednesday, then we cool it off into the 60s to round out the week.
Sunday Night: Mostly cloudy with a 30% chance of rain / isolated thunderstorms. Low: 64. Wind: SSE 5-15 mph.
Monday: Mostly cloudy in the morning with some afternoon sunshine. Slight chance for a shower or two. High: 80. Wind: SSW 5-15 mph.
Monday Night: Mainly cloudy with a 20% chance of isolated rain and storms. Low: 66. Wind: S 5-10 mph.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with a 20% chance of isolated rain and storms. High: 82. Wind: SSW 10-15 mph.
--Meteorologist Mack Morris