The evening hours will feature a general increase in clouds from the west, as a streak of atmospheric moisture advances in the upper-air flow, creating periods of cloudiness that will persist through the next 12 to 24 hours. Even though a modest cold front will swing in from the northwest tomorrow, low-level moisure is quite limited, so rain concerns are very low to non-existent Friday. Lows tonight will fall into the range of 35 to 40 degrees in most locations. Limited amounts of sunshine may keep highs in the 50s, with a few spots possibly reaching the lower 60s in the southeast Big Bend. The latest front will introduce a strong northern wind flow which will keep temperatures very cold for the beginning of March. Freezes are becoming more likely for Sunday and Monday mornings.
Posted at 3:31 PM, Feb 28, 2013
and last updated 2013-02-28 15:31:00-05
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