Temperatures in the 30s slowly rise Friday afternoon.
Sunny skies continue to end our week as well with light to calm wind speeds. Overall, Friday isn't too bad!
Saturday we warm to highs in the 40s with rain showers arriving for the second half of the day.
Watch for some light icing possible north of US-10 in the early afternoon hours.
Saturday night holds rain and even a small chance for a rumble of thunder.
Sunday begins in the low 40s with rain as well and winds increasing.
All day Sunday we will see winds in the 20-30 mph range and gusts in the 40-50 mph range.
A few power outages are possible because of this so have a plan in case your power blinks.
Cooler air moves in all day Sunday and we switch from rain to snow showers to end the day.
Light snow will be scattered through Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday with highs back in the upper 20s all 3 days.
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Today's Record Temperatures