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Snow wasn't done with us!

10 Avril 2018

An area of high pressure will build over the state Monday through Wednesday. The front may force isolated showers across the region, with the heaviest rain located offshore. Although another blanket of snow is not what most people want, the good news is temperatures in the 50s to around 60 this weekend will melt all of the newly fallen snow.

We may find out with a risk of either rain or flakes every day through next weekend in Environment Canada's forecast.

By Friday and Saturday, look for sunny skies and temperatures to climb into the 60s, according to the long-term forecast.

As the mess moves away Tuesday morning, the sun will reappear and thermometers will slowly clamber their way into the upper 50s tomorrow afternoon.

Mostly cloudy, with a high near 45. Temperatures will once again be chilly though with many of us only expected to top out in the mid to upper 40s.

Tuesday also should see a mixture of rain showers and light snow, with temperatures climbing just a bit into the upper 40s.

We will get near the 70 degree mark by Thursday with lots of sunshine and into the lower 70s by Friday. The low at night will be 31.

Another fairly powerful cold front will bring the next threat of severe storms back to Central Texas as we wrap up the week.

Wednesday into Thursday a large and broad upper trough will establish across the western US, mainly across the inter mountain region into the PAC northwest.

Wednesday will bring a chance of rain in the early afternoon with a high of 51.

Temperatures will jump quickly by late week. we should be 80° or better by both Thursday and Friday! The high Saturday will be in the 70s, but Sunday looks much cooler; some places could hold in the 50s all day with a gusty north wind.

Snow wasn't done with us!