Just a few areas of mist/drizzle for the rest of the night across much of East Texas. There may be a few actual showers over the western sections tonight, but nothing too heavy. We are not expecting much tomorrow early in the day, but a cold front during the morning should keep temperatures rather cool for this time of year. An upper level disturbance is likely to pass over East Texas later tomorrow evening, and with that, a chance for more showers. After these showers move through, rain should be out of the forecast for a few days.
Temperatures should remain well below normal through Wednesday, then the winds will shift out of the SW and temperatures will rapidly warm to above normal conditions by Friday. Highs on Friday and Saturday should be in the upper 80s with a few near 90 degrees. Morning lows should remain in the 50s Wednesday and Thursday mornings, then warm up significantly by Friday, into the weekend.
We are not looking for any severe weather in East Texas through Sunday. A few storms possible on Monday as another cold front moves in.