Not only has it been cold and cloudy all day, but now, we're bracing for rain overnight into Friday morning. There have already been a few sprinkles out there this afternoon, but that's just the beginning. A slow-moving area of low pressure will drift up the coast from South Texas and a cold front will push in from the west. So if you're headed out tonight, be sure to take the rain gear and watch out for slick roads. Rainfall could become steadier after midnight and into the Friday morning commute (if you still have to go work). Then, the final few days of 2012 are looking cool leading up to another round of rain in time to ring in the New Year.
TONIGHT: Cloudy, foggy and cool with periods light to moderate rain into Friday morning. Temperatures not changing much, mainly in the mid 50s. East to southeast winds 5-10 mph.
FRIDAY'S NORMAN NUMBER: 5
FRIDAY: Periods of moderate rain through early afternoon, then skies become partly cloudy. Milder with temperatures sneaking above 60° briefly before cooling quickly by late afternoon. Southwest winds early become breezy out of the northwest 10-15 mph by afternoon.
SATURDAY'S NORMAN NUMBER: 6
SATURDAY: Cold morning in the mid to upper 30s with mostly sunny skies. Despite sunshine, temperatures remain cool in the upper 40s to low 50s. North winds 10-15 mph.