Dense fog will continue this morning then patchy fog through tonight. Showers will move east through the area today as a weak disturbance rides eastward out ahead of a stronger disturbance Thursday. Spotty rain can be expected through tonight with rain becoming more widespread towards sunrise tomorrow morning.
The threat for heavy rainfall will be in the area Thursday morning into midday. Cold air will remain in place Friday and Friday night with highs only in the low to mid 50s.
Temperatures could flirt with the freezing mark north of the I-12 corridor possibly dropping to as low as 30 degrees in a few areas on Saturday morning. A slow warming trend will return with a progressive southerly jet digging a stronger upper disturbance over the southern Plains by late Sunday morning.
Depending on the model, there is the potential for strong to severe storms Sunday evening and Sunday night just north of the viewing area. Drier conditions expected to return Monday with another upper disturbance and an associated cold front bringing another chance of rain on Tuesday.