A mild cloudy morning with some breakage in the clouds this afternoon. Temperatures will be warming to the mid and upper 60s with a west wind 8-15mph. Later this evening a chance for light showers moving out of New Mexico and pushes east. Rain totals for most of our area none to less than .05 of an inch with our southern counties around a tenth possible.
TONIGHT: Rain chances quickly push east before midnight and becoming mostly clear to start the morning. A cold front moves in from the northeast and will drop morning temperatures to the 30s.
FRIDAY: We end this week with a range in temperatures for our area. Cloud cover expected east of I-27 with highs in the upper 40s and low 50s. To our west more sunshine with highs above 55 degrees.
EXTENDED: This weekend will warm back to the 60s with a upper level disturbance to bring another chance for rain late Sunday. Again, doesn't look too promising for our area. Next week we dry out with more sunshine. Temperatures will drop to the 50s with wind speeds breezy to start the week.
-Meteorologist Bobby Johnston