Pine Belt Weather

Today & tonight: Overall another dreary afternoon is in store, but a brief reprieve in some of the rain & clouds is possible into the afternoon. This morning a deep cold core low is centered over south-central Texas, which is helping continued isentropic lift & moisture advection into the area.
This is helping some showers & a few rumbles of thunder, due to elevated instability across the west-northwest, to be moving through the region. As the upper-level cold-core & surface cold front & frontal system lift through the region, expect continued lingering low-level moisture & light rain chances to continue to propagate east-northeast in a few bands of precip. Due to some dry-slotting & less moisture advecting in from the west & south, expect most of the rain chances to be focused further north into the afternoon with some lessening coverage in clouds at times. Prior to this, expect widespread low clouds & some patchy fog to move into the Highway 84 & I-59 corridor.
There is some local CAM guidance showing hints of some denser marine layer fog being able to advect in the southeast Pine Belt near daybreak. However, due to some rain around, thinking most reductions in visibility should be held up enough.  As the upper-level cold-core & surface cold front swing across the area tonight, expect wrap-around isentropic lift & moisture to keep rain chances & widespread cloud around into the overnight hours. Most rainfall should be light overall & gradually pulling east-northeast through daybreak & mid-morning Saturday.
Due to widespread clouds & lingering boundary layer moisture, albeit less around a half to three-quarters of inch PWs, lows will still be above normal. Expect lows in the mid-40s or so, around 8-10 degrees above normal. The widespread clouds, some wind & drying in the wake should keep fog potential low.

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