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Gray Skies-Occasional Rain

Staying Cold
Posted: 3:57 AM, Nov 14, 2019
Updated: 2019-11-14 08:54:03-05
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Thursday will shape up to be a cloudy, and rather dismal day when it comes to weather. Clouds will be hanging on, with on and off rainfall. Most of the rainfall will be on the light side. Low pressure will be developing along the cold front that's currently draped over deep south Texas and the Gulf of Mexico. It will throw Gulf Moisture up and over the front allowing for the light rain to fall through the cold air mass already in place.

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Another trough will dig across the middle part of the country. This will send a cold front into the area later this afternoon and evening. Additional showers will develop along this front as it passes through. Only expect light amounts of rain to fall. The majority of the area will see anywhere between a trace and 1/4 inch of rainfall. Temperatures will struggle to near 50 degree. Skies will then clear ahead of Friday morning, lows will dip into the mid 30s.

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Friday should remain mostly sunny, and sunshine is expected over the weekend as well. Temperatures Friday will reach the mid to upper 50s, while low to mid 60s can be expected Saturday and Sunday. Overnight temperatures will drop into the 30s early Saturday and Sunday mornings. A warmup is expected next week with a few widely scattered showers.