The strong low pressure system that brought us our severe weather yesterday will move east/northeast out of the panhandle overnight into central Oklahoma. On its heels, a cold front will drop down from northwest to southeast across the state overnight and into early tomorrow. Surface high pressure will build over the western half of the state which will keep dry surface winds, generally from the north, in place through mid-week. In the upper-levels, we’ll have be in a northwest flow pattern which typically keeps us dry and rain free. It will also keep us cooler with pleasant highs in the 60’s and 70’s for the next few days. At this time, rain continues to impact parts of north central Texas, the panhandle, and we also have scattered thunderstorm activity ongoing across central Texas. We’ve seen reports of a few funnel clouds reported near College Station earlier this afternoon, but nothing more significant than that. As the panhandle low moves east/northeast tonight into central Oklahoma, we’ll see continued rain chances along its backside into tomorrow. Through this evening, we will continue to see chances for some strong storms across central Texas, and a few rumbles of thunder in north Texas, but overall pretty mild compared to yesterday. Once we get into Wednesday, we’ll start to dry out with really no meaningful rain chances anywhere in the state until we get into the first part of next week. I don’t know about you, but I think a break from severe weather is needed about now…at least for a week or so!