Monday Night, April 6th
Warm air sticks around with highs in the 60s and 70s. Plenty of sunshine and breezy afternoons will lead to high fire danger concerns over the next few days.
Thursday will be a bit cooler, with some evening and night showers. The showers will come in the form of rain down low, and snow in the mountains. Right now, it doesn't look too significant...
Friday looks mainly dry, with temperatures mainly in the 50s and 60s...maybe a 70 or two on the Southeast Plains.
We have a few chances for snow for the upcoming weekend. Saturday night into Sunday and then again, Sunday into Monday. These snows look wind-driven, as well as terrain driven. Right now, the most significant chance for snow looks to be Sunday evening into Monday. It also looks MUCH colder during that time frame. We are still quite a ways away, so make sure you check back in with us as your 11 Breaking Weather Leader for updates on the snowfall potential.