Adam Burniston's Forecast | Rain moves into the Commonwealth as temperatures remain cool

We set record lows last night

We set record lows last night

Cloud cover, areas of drizzle, and cool temperatures will linger into the beginning of the work week, with highs again only mustering the upper 50s on Monday.

Overnight, there is a good chance for a mix of light rain/snow and freezing rain. Many of us saw low temperatures Saturday morning down in the teens and indeed, some new record lows were established. Highs in the lower to mid 50s.

After the front passes Friday night, highs over next weekend will be back in the lower 70s! With Sunday night low's dropping into the low 30's we can't rule out some snowflakes mixed in as well. This system will bring in areas showers. Look for highs to get back into the mid 40s for Sunday afternoon.

That chance of rain and snow showers will continue through 2 p.m. on a mostly cloudy Monday with a high of 48 and a low of 34. Expect showers, even a few thunderstorms for Friday afternoon and evening.

There is a very weak cold front to our north, in Central Texas, that will continue to push south tonight and into the overnight hours and eventually wash out over South Texas.

Throughout the rest of the week expect a mix of dry and wet weather.

Wednesday temperatures will increase slightly with a high in the mid-50s and a low in the low 40s, but a jacket will still be necessary to stay warm.

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