Hopefully you were able to enjoy the mostly sunny skies this afternoon! Mostly cloudy skies are on their way that will last until Tuesday or Wednesday as a low pressure system develops along the coast.
Nearing freezing in the blue circled area and some very light freezing rain/sleet is possible. Ground temps. Running 5-8 degrees warmer than surface air temps so any accumulation will be isolated at most
Looks like the Arctic Ocean in the Gulf of Mexico this afternoon! Strong winds and steam fog (as the cold air meets the warmer water it produces condensation in the form of a fog). Video courtesy of Philip Primeaux!
A few sleet pellets reaching the ground around Giddings and Dime Box. Much of what is on radar is evaporating before reaching the surface. Little to no impacts expected over SE TX tonight from light isolated pockets of sleet
No changes to the forecast with a slight chance of a rain/sleet mix tonight S of I-10. Temperatures where any precipitation will be falling will likely be at 32 or warmer and along with a warm ground should help to mitigate any impacts.