An upper level low will continue to trek across West Texas bringing copious amounts of moisture across the state. Rain will be heavy at times through the afternoon and evening hours with widespread amounts between a half an inch to an inch with isolated amounts over that. The Guadalupe and Davis Mountains will see a threat for two to six inches of heavy wet snow through the evening.
We will clear skies Thursday and warm into the lower 60s. We will see upper 60s and breezy winds ahead of a cold front Friday.
The cold front will knock temperatures into the lower 50s and 40s for the weekend into next week.