Keeping that holiday feeling around, with a few showers possible Saturday

Published: Dec. 4, 2020 at 4:44 PM CST|Updated: Dec. 4, 2020 at 10:25 PM CST
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What a great way to wrap up the workweek! Mostly clear skies made for a chilly Friday night with temperatures dropping throughout the overnight. Like Friday morning, a widespread freeze is not expected throughout the overnight hours, but if you live in our northern counties/rural areas, plan on covering up sensitive plants again to be on the safe side. Pockets of patchy frost will be possible heading into Saturday morning.

Changes start to roll in Saturday as a weak disturbance moves across the state of Texas. We’ll see those changes in the form of additional cloud cover and a chance for a few showers. Although this disturbance will bring plenty of moisture to the upper levels of the atmosphere, that moisture will battle with drier air near the surface. We’ll keep eyes on how much moisture can make its way down to the surface throughout the day, but overall the best chance of rain will come later in the day Saturday and lasting through early Sunday morning.

We’ll quickly clear things out for the rest of Sunday, with plenty of sunshine taking us through what’s left of the weekend. High pressure then sets in, and we’ll keep things quiet heading into the beginning of next week.

Saturday: Mostly cloudy. 30% chance for showers. High: 58. Wind: NW 0-5 mph.

Saturday Night: 30% chance for showers. Low: 39. Wind: NW 0-5 mph.

Sunday: 30% chance for rain in the early morning hours. Clearing then leads to mostly sunny skies. High: 62. Wind: NW 5-15 mph.

Sunday Night: Mostly clear skies. Low: 40. Wind: NW 0-5 mph.

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