A Pacific front has helped bring a continental polar air mass into the region for a nice cool down today, The winds have shifted to the East-North-East and temps this afternoon have only made into the middle 60s. Tonight our lows will drop in the mid 40s and clouds will roll in as the winds shift to the Southeast and drive in some gulf stratus. A few sprinkles and light rain will develop and stay with us off and on throughout Sunday. A few showers and an Isolated thunderstorms could develop East of I-35 tomorrow evening.
Long term – we will see a couple of systems enter the region over the next 7 days. Expect more clouds over the second half of the weekend along with rain chances. A disturbance in the upper flow will keep rain chances going into Monday morning. This pattern does not show signs of a severe pattern. A cold front will drop into the area mid-week bringing another chance of rain and cooler temperatures for the second half of the week. Yet another Pacific Front will cool us off this weekend and bring a chance of showers.