Remaining unsettled at least through the end of the weekend and for Monday. Stationary boundary towards our south will help usher in morning showers primarily Sunday morning and into the early afternoon, but tapering off by the evening. Monday we great a break from the rainfall, but stuck in the clouds before the main energy with an area of low pressure and frontal system moves through. For us we are looking at just rainfall as temperatures will be too warm; however, winter weather is expected to impact Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee and Alabama. If you have travel plans westward please use caution.
Tuesday we finally see a break from the pesky clouds and persistent misty conditions, but the break doesn’t last too long before our next system arrives. Weak high pressure builds in giving us this reprieve, but is quickly pushed northward as another low pressure moves across the southeast. Rain showers move back into the forecast late Wednesday and Thursday. Depending upon how northward the warm front pushes we could hear a few rumbles of thunder. By Friday morning we are colder and returning more sunny heading into the upcoming weekend.