Thursday afternoon rain and storms develop ahead of a strong and moisture laden area of low pressure lifting northward from the tip of Texas.
The rain may be heavy at times with 0.5" to 1.5" rain possible. The chance for rain and storms will continue through Friday morning followed by near record highs in the upper 50s on Friday.
Saturday will be mostly cloudy with a slight chance of rain showers followed by show showers at night and a return to winter cold in the 20s on Sunday.
Flurries are possible early next week. By Thursday the coldest air of the season will spill across the area from Canada.
Thursday: Cloudy with rain and isolated storms possible in the afternoon and evening. Temperatures will rise overnight. Highs near 45, lows near 49.
Friday: Cloudy and warm with isolated rain showers in the morning. Highs near 59 and lows near 47.
Saturday: Cloudy with rain possible and changing to snow overnight. Highs near 53 and lows near 26.
Sunday: Cloudy, breezy and cooler with snow showers. Highs near 27 and lows near 19.
Monday: Partly sunny and cold with flurries. Highs near 29 and lows near 20.
Tuesday: Partly sunny with a chance of flurries. Highs near 31 and lows near 21.
Wednesday: Partly sunny and cold with flurries. Highs near 25 and lows near 12.
Thursday: Partly sunny, cold and windy with highs near 18 and lows near 8.