Rain & Snow Early, Slowly Clearing Skies Tomorrow

Angelo Anderson
March 13, 2018

Thursday features mostly sunny skies as highs reach closer to 50, which is still cooler than normal.

Same story for Wednesday - scattered snow showers all through the day. Clouds stay for Wednesday, in fact, gusty winds could trigger a few light snow flurries. Stray rain showers are possible in southern in, but most of us will stay dry until Monday afternoon.

Rain and snow will continue up until about midnight tonight before tapering off.

Monday afternoon turns bright and sunny with highs a few degrees below average in the 60s. Highs tomorrow will be around 40 degrees.


Otherwise, a northerly breeze will become northwesterly and rather brisk overnight. Temperatures will be warm in the morning, then much cooler for the afternoon. Some of the highest wind gusts across Central Texas ended up over 40 miles per hour! When you wake up tomorrow morning, you'll need the jacket as wind chill values will be in the mid-10s. It will be another chilly day with temperatures starting out near 20° and only making it to the upper 30's by the afternoon.

Thursday is the chilliest morning of the week, inland frost is possible with overnight lows in the mid 30s. There will be a front nearby Saturday into Sunday, but it looks like we'll remain south of it most of the time and this should allow temperatures to warm into the 70s. Some rain and snow may eventually follow as we move into the middle part of next week.

The 2018 spring equinox is March 20th, 2018 at 12:16pm.

We'll have the luck of the Irish on our side this weekend.

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