Camille's Friday Evening Fastcast

From Camille Hoxworth:

Colder air has arrived in Central Texas and all thanks to a faster moving front, and that will be the bigger story for today since the colder air has helped to diminish our storm chances for the afternoon. We will likely still see a few storms move in to our southern counties, but they should not be severe. We also keep rain chances around both Saturday and Sunday.

Temperatures will continue to drop tonight and will start off Saturday morning with temperatures in the low to mid 40s. Factor in the wind, and it will feel like the 30s tomorrow morning! There will be clouds and rain on/off throughout the day tomorrow along with winds out of the north which adds an extra chill. So tomorrow will be cloudy, damp, and very cool for this time of year. In fact, it will feel more like February than April. Severe storms are not expected tomorrow but there could be some heavy rain at times.

Rain chances do look a tad less favorable for Sunday as we warm back into the mid and upper 70s. Winds will return to the south and that will help to give us the warm up that will last into next week. We also have more rain chances well into next week. With the return of warmer days – highs in the 70s and 80s next week, we will have to watch storm chances carefully for the chance for severe weather. Stay tuned…