We've got a chilly start to the day on the Gulf Coast with many spots in the lower 40s as of 5am but thanks to sunshine being out most of the day, we'll moderate to the lower 60s this afternoon. Rain chances will stay away from us for one more day but 20-30% coverage of rain will return Thursday and Friday as moisture levels rise. Our temps will get much warmer during this period and the high could even reach 70 degrees for Friday and Saturday with mornings only dropping to the mid to upper 50s on Friday and Saturday morning. This surge in moisture is in advance of an arctic cold front coming in on Saturday night. The rain coverage will increase to 70% and a few rumbles of thunder will be possible. We go drier and much colder for Sunday and MLK Day with highs in the mid to upper 40s. Monday morning will start off in the mid 20s.

 

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