TONIGHT: Under mostly clear skies, temperatures will fall into the middle 20s, with some wind chills in the teens.
WEDNESDAY: Sunshine will continue for the first half of the day, but clouds will begin to build into the afternoon. Temperatures will remain comfortable, near 50 degrees.
EXTENDED: Most of the morning looks dry Thursday, but clouds will thicken and light rain will begin to fall in the evening. Temperatures will reach the mid 50s with a strong southwest breeze. Rain will increase Thursday night into Friday. Thunder is possible. Friday will feature more rain, which could be heavy at times. Friday evening, things get interesting. Cold air will begin to slowly start undercutting the strong stream of moisture from the Gulf of Mexico-- issues with freezing rain may be possible if the cold air arrives faster. As the upper low pivots east, light snow could be possible Saturday. Accumulations have been variable across our weather models-- confidence on how much snow we could see is still low.