Good morning. Today’s the day we begin to descend further into winter for the rest of the week, and we’re also going to see an end to the gray-clad skies that have been with us for a long time.
A large upper-level low pressure system over the Midwestern United States is going to be the driver of Texas’ weather today. As this system moves eastward, it will usher in a colder air mass, drier air and — eventually — clearing skies.
Some additional light rain will be possible with this system as it moves through this morning, however even this modest precipitation should end by the afternoon hours. For clearing skies we will probably have to wait until tonight, or Wednesday morning.