Good Evening- it's nice to have a rainy day to clear out the air a bit. It came in a little earlier than expected,
and will clear out overnight tonight. Southern Hill Country has seen some light rainfall as well, while northern Hill Country has remained pretty dry, while temperatures have remained a little more moderate than originally thought, so wintry precipitation to Hill Country is somewhat unlikely overnight tonight. Residual moisture lingering around, however, will bring pockets of mist and fog overnight to much of the region, but should burn off after sunrise tomorrow morning.
The remainder of this week looks to be somewhat active as far as far as clouds moving through (El Niño) and slight chances of rainfall beginning again on Monday evening....but I don't expect anything significant, and rainfall will be somewhat sparse and isolated through the region. Temperatures could warm into the 60's by Wednesday afternoon, low temperatures in the 30's and 40's throughout, while cloud cover remains largely partly to mostly cloudy.
Dan Schreiber is an operational meteorologist, with experience