Southwest winds will become northwest by Tuesday morning.
Fortunately, that cool air will be a one day stay as highs will climb from the upper 40s on Thursday to around the 60s heading into the upcoming weekend. Do NOT drive through flooded roads. Today we will be looking at mostly cloudy skies throughout the morning and afternoon with no chance for rain. Lows tonight will drop down into the lower 30s with calm and cool conditions.
For Valentine's Day we are going to see overcast skies and showers and thunderstorms pushing through. Some patchy drizzle is possible this afternoon, as a weak upper level disturbance tracks through the region.
A cold front is moving through the ArkLaTex this evening and that will push the warm air down to the coast and bring cooler temperatures through Wednesday. Temperatures look to be above normal all week, and possibly into next. After today the next chance for precipitation won't be until Sunday into next Monday with temperatures mild all week.
Warm and dry weather are forecast for Friday and Saturday with highs in the low to middle 70s both days.