Good Morning! Weather today will be somewhat uneventful, similar to yesterday in most places around the region. A cold front is approaching from the northwest...it should begin to impact the region tomorrow morning, bringing in some gusty winds with it- perfect for your allergies! Fire Danger will also be a big threat as the front passes. The front will likely clear out some of the clouds for a bit, but this won't last for very long...a high overcast deck of clouds looks like it will filter in shortly after the front passes.
Portions of Northern/Eastern Hill Country north of San Angelo & Brownwood as well as parts of the Interstate 35 Corridor north of Austin will see a higher likelihood of rainfall (but pretty light), including severe weather potential beginning Wednesday and into Thursday. Chances of severe thunderstorms to this particular area are rather slim, however. If you are heading anywhere in Northeast Texas, or into Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Iowa...they are under the gun for more widespread severe thunderstorms, including hail and tornadic activity.
Most of the West Texas & South/Central Texas region will remain mostly untouched other than cooler temperatures (40's overnight Wed/Thu) and gusty winds, in excess of 35mph at times.
This weekend looks to bring us cloudy skies, with highs in the upper 60's and lows in the lower 50's...feeling like fall. Some forecast models indicate a chance for rainfall over the weekend to the region, but I'm not sold on that one quite yet. Stay Tuned!
Dan Schreiber is an operational meteorologist, with experience