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Good Morning and welcome to the beginning of the conventional work week. We’re starting out near or a few degrees above our typical low temperatures for late January. With dewpoints quite dry in the 20s and 30s we’ll be able to quickly warm up this afternoon as dry air helps the atmosphere warm more rapidly when the overall atmosphere allows it. Today will be one of those days as the only clouds we’ll see today will be across Southwest Texas into South-Central Texas into the Rio Grande Valley. Everyone else should see mostly clear and sunny skies allowing for ample warming this afternoon. All locations across Texas will see temperatures rise above normal this afternoon with some locations approaching record high temperatures in Texas for January 26. We’ll see 60s and 70s across the entire state this afternoon including in areas that saw quite a bit of snow last week. Any snow that has remained will likely melt away today which is good since it’ll absorb into the ground or drain into area lakes. Here’s a look at temperatures at 4 PM this afternoon along with a cloud cover forecast. We’ve put both together into a small video animation from late this morning into this afternoon. Our weather will remain warm and dry before our next chance for precipitation and a return to more average temperatures for January return on Thursday into the end of the work week. At this juncture the chance for winter weather could make a reappearance across the Panhandle but it should be a liquid rain event elsewhere. We’ll continue to analyze data this week and see how it all actually comes together.