Posted By Chief Meteorologist Beau Dodson

We are waking up to cold temperatures. Temperatures will fall a few more degrees before sunrise.

Widespread 20s in the region. Some 30s.

The NWS has freeze warnings almost to the Gulf of Mexico for tonight and Tuesday morning. Areas to the north aren’t officially in the growing season, yet. That is why there aren’t warnings farther north. Those areas will obviously be below freezing, as well.

Tuesday morning lows

Our next good chance of rain will arrive Sunday night into Tuesdays.

The EC model brings the rain in as soon as Sunday PM. Other models hold off until Monday/Tuesday. I will need to fine tune the timing.

I can’t rule out intense storms, but it is still too early to know if severe weather will be an issue. Stay tuned.

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