In fact, it's the coldest we've been in over a week! Monday: Dry with a mix of sun and clouds, high in the low to mid 20s. Areas west of I-25 into the mountains will keep lighter and spotty snow coverage longer through the morning but areas mainly south of Pueblo will be the ones to keep our rain and snow longest through the morning. Most of the rain looks to take place Wednesday afternoon and evening, especially overnight, and most of the day on Thursday.
The storms are expected to initially form to the west of San Antonio over the Rio Grande Plains and western Hill Country. While it should be more cloudy than sunny, it should also stay more dry than wet, even though some scattered showers are possible from time to time.
Be ready for showers, storms and seriously SOGGY weather before things turn sunny! But until then - be sure to bundle up!
By Wednesday there could be significant snowfall over northern hills as temperatures slightly below average continue to grip the country. Expect highs in the 60-65° range - right where they should be for late March. Not only does that mean cooler weather again - but this time maybe a chance for.SNOW. A very strong cold front will blast through during the day.
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Look for cloudy skies to dominate the forecast for the day, and chances of wet weather for midweek and after according to the latest predictions from the National Weather Service. Friday will be pleasant and mild with "normal" temps in the low 70s.
These storms will slowly push east/south of the Metroplex this afternoon as north winds pick up behind a cold front and temps fall into the 60s. It's awesome what late March sunshine can do! Clouds increase Thursday as a low-pressure system moves towards the region from the southwest, with rain overnight into Friday tapering to rain showers Friday afternoon. That's good news if you have any outdoor plans this weekend - an Easter egg hunt for the kids perhaps.
A flash flood watch remains in effect for Columbia County and adjacent areas of Arkansas and Louisiana through Thursday morning. Maybe Peter Cottontail is best friends with Jack Frost?