Sunshine will be the main feature in our clear sky today.
The snow showers will be pouring in from north to south later today and a few of these streamers will limit visibility, lay down a coating or more, and make travel at least temporarily tricky. Sunday now looks dry, with next week starting in the lower 50s too.
We'll have the luck of the Irish on our side this weekend.
Sunshine and clouds, with a high in the upper 30's. A few light snow showers were moving through the northern part of the state this morning, and a chance of scattered flurries will continue throughout the day. Temperatures are held near 40 with plenty of areas staying in the 30s. Scattered snow showers will be possible overnight Tuesday into Wednesday morning. Some spots reported bouts of light snow, but this managed to quickly melt away with temperatures remaining above freezing. Temps warm to the 40s and 50s for the afternoon.
FRIDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy skies and cold temperatures develop, with an overnight low of 28 degrees. Some of the highest wind gusts across Central Texas ended up over 40 miles per hour! Highs will be seasonably cool and a little below average in most areas.
St. Patrick's Day will be warm with highs nearing 80 under partly sunny skies with a couple stray showers possible during the afternoon.
Thursday: A chance of rain and snow. Temperatures in the mid 50's Saturday and Sunday.
Spring officially begins next Tuesday, March 20, at 12:15 p.m. with the arrival of the vernal equinox.