By Gene Norman
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Today's clouds are just the beginning of more changes headed our way. The image above depicts an approaching cold front moving through Texas Sunday. Scattered showers and thunderstorms develop ahead of the front. Can't rule out a few of the storms briefly becoming strong to severe. The best chance for that will be late Sunday night going into early Monday morning. Here's the latest severe outlook from the Storm Prediction Center:
The front is expected to linger along the coast Monday keeping the rain chance around. A push of colder air arrives behind the front for the middle of next week and an even stronger push of cold air returns a winter feel by Valentine's Day.
TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy with occasional spotty rain. Breezy and mild with temperatures in the mid to upper 60s. Southeast winds 10-15 mph.
NORMAN NUMBER FOR SUNDAY: 6
SUNDAY: Low clouds and fog with light rain. Scattered showers and thunderstorms develop in the afternoon. Some storms may become severe, especially north and east of Houston. Mild, breezy and balmy in the morning with temperatures starting in the upper 60s, climbing to the mid 70s by afternoon. Southwest winds 10-15 mph shifting to northwest 10-15 mph by late evening.
NORMAN NUMBER FOR MONDAY: 5
MONDAY: Low clouds with occasional light rain. Remaining cloudy, noticeably cooler. Morning temperatures in the low 50s and only rising to the mid to upper 60s by afternoon. Steady northeast winds 10-15 mph.
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