Partly Cloudy and Quite Warm, but No Significant Rain in the Regoin

Overnight Cold Front to Bring Widespread Storms

An anomalously warm and quite humid afternoon is underway in the Crossroads, but no significant precipitation has yet to grace the region. That all changes overnight as a strong cold front slices through the area. The front arrives around midnight in Victoria and will be associated with an increasing north wind, widespread showers and thunderstorms, and gradually falling temperatures. In fact, while the rain comes to an end by midday tomorrow, expect the clouds and north wind to hold Wednesday’s high in the middle 70s. A gradual warming trend begins Thursday, but also expect isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms Thursday through Sunday. Another cold front on Monday promises a good chance of showers and storms.