Friday was the last day of relatively undisturbed weather we’ll see for the rest of the week and the beginning of the next. Upper level forces are continuing to enhance lifting near TX as an upper level low closes off and helps facilitate the development of a surface low below it. This new frontal system will begin pushing a warm front towards the coastline all day Saturday and most of Sunday before eventually forcing it’s way overhead on Monday. As this warm front passes we’ll see our highest chances of severe weather, which are still fairly low (10-15%). That isn’t the end of the active weather though, because as the low pressure center continues moving NE, it will bring it’s associated cold front through causing another round of storms Monday evening. We will see a bit of a break Tuesday and Wednesday, but another front is headed this way on Thursday that is expected to bring Arctic airmass along for the ride, dropping temps freezing or below by Friday morning.