Evening Weather with Meteorologist, Anthony Franze

It has been a cool and sunny Sunday, and those cold temps will continue into the night. We are expecting increased low clouds and fog as we head into the night as we get increased moisture coming in from the south. We could even see a little bit of drizzle/mist develop as well into early Monday morning. With low temps expecting in the upper 20s and low 30s, we could see some light icing, especially on bridges and overpasses for Monday morning.

High temperatures on Monday will depend on how long the low clouds and fog stick around into the morning and afternoon. We should see at least some sunshine Monday afternoon, allowing temps to rise into the upper 40s. However, if the clouds/fog stick around longer, highs may not get out of the low 40s. If the cloud-cover burns off quicker than expected, highs could reach the 50s.

We’ll be warmer on Tuesday as highs rise into the upper 50s. There is a slight chance of rain, mainly in the SW portion of the viewing area, from the Davis Mountains, to Big Bend, and into the Lower Trans Pecos. We’ll see plenty of sunshine Wednesday through Friday as high temps rise all the way into the upper 60s and low 70s. A cold front is expected by late Friday night and early Saturday.

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