A Clear and Dry Conclusion to Your Work Week; Wetness this Weekend?

High Pressure Builds into the Region

A predawn trough passage brought a round of quick moving showers and thunderstorms early Thursday, but severe weather remained generally north of Interstate 10. Rainfall totals were greatest along the I-10 corridor, but some parts of Victoria received up to 1/3 inch. The clear, dry air has warmed into the middle 70s this afternoon but will plunge deep into the 40s by daybreak Friday. Look for a sunny and mild Friday before another cold front sets up a cold and showery weekend. Yet another cold front early next week clears out the rain chances, but temperatures will remain cold. Highs will be in the 40s and 50s, with lows in the 30s and 40s.