That front will bring our next chance of rain from late Friday evening through Saturday morning, but rainfall totals are not likely to be very heavy, if we get any precipitation at all. As the storms approach the metro area and begin to form a line, wind will become the primary threat, but the risk for small hail does not go away. It is looking more likely that snow will impact all mountain passes, along with some off and on accumulating snow for valley locations west of the divide Friday night.
Sunday and Monday: Warmer, but still dry conditions are expected.
SPRINGS: High - 44; Low - 28. Expect highs in the 60-65° range - right where they should be for late March. Winds will be out of the west-northwest around 10 to 15 miles per hour. We'll finally taste a warmer air mass on Thursday too, with afternoon high temperatures expected to climb into the lower to mid 60s. Clearing skies and cold temperatures return tonight.
There will be slow clearing for the late afternoon/evening which will give us a few hints at some sunshine. Friday, another round of rain showers. Even a few stronger storms are possible SE of Dallas. We could see some rain start to move in overnight Sunday, but for now we're keeping the rain chance off the board through the weekend.
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Regardless, the rain should be wrapping up by afternoon, with temperatures staying in the 70s.
This southerly wind will be responsible for the unsettled week ahead.
PLAINS: High - 50s; Low - 20s. Not only does that mean cooler weather again - but this time maybe a chance for.SNOW.
Monday's forecast is for a sunny morning before clouds build up and an overall dry day, with highs of 11C.