Expect a quiet day today weather-wise with temperatures staying chilly and below average for this time of year despite the copious amount of sunshine overhead for most of the state. Highs today will struggle to reach the mid 30s across the panhandle, potentially a few degrees cooler for areas where snow still remains. Across north and northeast Texas, highs today will climb into the low 40s. West and central Texas will be slightly warmer with highs in the upper 40s. South central and coastal Texas will see highs reach the low 50s and deep south Texas will see highs approaching 60. For tonight into Monday morning, temps will once again drop into the 20s and 30s across much of the state with just a few 40 degree readings sprinkled along the southern coastal areas.
We will have a few weak upper level disturbances approaching this week…the first of which will approach west Texas tonight and bring a chance for some flurries across the southern panhandle. No snow accumulation from this is expected. Freezing fog will continue to be likely across parts of the panhandle overnight until all the remaining snow has dissipated. Other than those two items, no other issues are expected!