Texas declares independence from clouds, gorgeous weather returns!

Published: Mar. 2, 2021 at 4:37 AM CST|Updated: Mar. 2, 2021 at 12:37 PM CST
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After a wet and cold night, Tuesday’s sunrise rang clear that Texas would have nothing to do with rain and clouds on its Independence Day. Therefore, heretofore, we are to enjoy the next several days of wonderful Texas sunshine. We work our way to about 60 or so this afternoon, with a quick dip back into the 30s on tap tonight. At the moment, we expect everyone in the area to stay above freezing through the overnight, though a very brief freeze will be possible north of OSR, and patchy frost may greet you out the door Wednesday.

A steady warm-up and beautiful spring days continue through the end of the week, with another disturbance we’re watching for our beginning of weekend plans. As of right now, the chance for rain with this system looks low, but a quick storm may try to crash some early weekend plans, especially east. Other than that, a quick front attached to this system will put us back into the 60s for highs for both weekend days.

Tuesday: Mostly sunny. High: 62. Wind: N 10-15 mph, gusting 20 mph.

Tuesday Night: Clearing skies. Low: 37. Wind: E 5-10mph.

Wednesday: Sunny. High: 68. Wind: E 5-10 mph.

Wednesday Night: Clear and chilly. Low: 45. Wind: SE 5-10 mph.

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