From Brady Taylor:
Clear skies overnight have helped to allow morning temperatures to dip near freezing this morning. Temperatures will rebound quickly into the low 60s this afternoon, with gradually increasing clouds. Rain chances return tonight, and will continue into the morning hours on Wednesday. The best coverage of rain will likely be near and east of I-35.
Once the scattered rain moves out tomorrow morning, expect to see a bit of sunshine as dry air filters in behind the upper-level storm system. Highs on Wednesday should remain above normal in the mid 60s thanks to westerly winds. A cold front should move through the area late Wednesday and while this front won't bring us a huge drop in temperatures, wind speeds will increase Wednesday night and especially Thursday. Winds on Thursday could gust to near 40 mph.
Another cold front should move in late Saturday, but the weather in advance of Saturday's front will be gorgeous! We'll see a few clouds, but southwesterly winds should allow highs to reach the middle and upper 60s. Saturday's front should come through dry, but temperatures will drop into the upper 50s and low 60s Sunday. Skies turn mostly cloudy on Christmas eve with a 20% chance of a few isolated showers. Temperatures on Christmas Even should be mild in the low 60s and while mild weather looks likely to stick around on Christmas, there may be some rain moving in too. As of right now, rain chances on Christmas Day are low, near 20%.