Good afternoon everyone! We saw some showers, thunderstorms, and even fog out and about this morning, but Midland pretty much missed out. The airport did report light rain for about 10 minutes, but nothing officially measured in the rain gauge. In the wake of these showers, we've been left cloudy and cool, with temperatures a solidly 20-30 degrees below normal. Expect these cool conditions to continue into the morning, but we'll be back to normal Sunday afternoon.

Tomorrow, we'll be tracking fog once again. It could be pretty dense in some spots if you're out early, so just use extra caution on the roadways. A few more showers are possible overnight in the Big Bend as well, but won't really amount to much. A few isolated showers are possible as we get into the afternoon, but we should begin to dry out and maybe even see some sunshine later tomorrow evening.

Clouds look to stick around into Monday, with another chance of fog in the morning as low level moisture continues moving in from the southeast. A few more isolated showers and thundershowers will be possible overnight once again and into Monday afternoon. The best chances will remain south of I-10. A storm or two could become strong, possibly severe, Monday afternoon. We'l be keeping a close eye on tomorrow's model runs and keep you posted!

The warming trend looks to continue into the middle of the week, but we have our eyes on our next cold front that should arrive sometime Thursday evening.