Wednesday is the day the weather pattern will flip, going from sunny and chilly to cloudy and warm, to wrap up the work week.
As the weather is transitioning we’ll end up with a little bit of both Wednesday, with the morning starting off cold and clear.
Highs, however, will go from the upper 30s to upper 60s by the end of the day with clouds starting to trickle in by lunch.
The clouds will slowly increase and thicken as we go through the afternoon with mostly cloudy skies by the evening.
This layer of cloud cover will keep temperatures in the 50s overnight, and the southerly winds will keep bringing in that warm air from the Gulf of Mexico.
Once the clouds are locked in place they won’t be going anywhere until after the weekend, and a few showers will get going on Thursday.
This then set the stage for a stormy day on Friday with heavy showers moving in on Friday and even the chance for some stronger storms.
Currently, there is a marginal risk for severe weather on Friday with stronger storms expected to our north, the main issue will be storms producing strong winds and the possibility of isolated tornadoes.
Stay tuned to KATC through the rest of the week to make sure you’re staying on top of this evolving forecast.