Boy have we missed the sunshine, but it will return tomorrow with clouds clearing off from northwest to southeast beginning early tomorrow and throughout the day.  Folks across south central and southeast Texas will remain socked in for most of the day on Thursday, but by Friday, the entire state will be enjoying nature’s best source of Vitamin D!

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Other than a chance at freezing drizzle overnight across parts of west and west central Texas…and perhaps some morning fog in and around Lubbock by daybreak tomorrow…we really don’t have any significant weather highlights to discuss!  It sure will be nice to have a break from winter weather over the next several days…and most likely well into next week as we’re not seeing any strong signals for the return of ice or snow for at least the next 7 days.  We’ll have a weak cool front drop down into the panhandle and northern Texas on Sunday, but it looks like our next chance for a cold front of any significance won’t come until late next week.

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The highs over the next several days look fabulous…50s to upper 60s/low 70s…with lots of sunshine to help us warm.  The overnight lows will stay on the chilly side, though, as clear skies allow for a great amount of radiational cooling.  It is very much still winter, so we have to expect that, but with 30 to 40 degree daily temperature variances, layered clothing will be a must as you head out the door to work or school each day.  Enjoy the tranquil weather while it lasts!