Some clouds will move in later tonight after a clear start. On Thursday, clouds will increase into the afternoon. A chance of rain will arrive by evening afetr a powerful cold front moves through the region from the north. Winds will become east, northeast and be quiet breezy at 15 to 25 mph, and temperatures will still make it into the 60s Thursday afternoon prior to the cold air dumping in behind the cold front.
Once again, rain chances move in by evening on thursday and will last in through much of Saturday. Friday will be damp, chilly, and breezy. High temperatures will only reach the lower to middle 40s.
It looks like any freezing precip will stay north and west of the majority of the Big Country. However, that could change as we get closer into seeing the final storm system set-up on Friday.
The best chances for freezing rain appear to be west of a line from Aspermont, Snyder, and Colorado City as the storm tracks across the region.
An area of low pressure will develop and move northeastward through the area and this will allow some warmer air to be pulled into the area on saturday allowing temperatures to "soar" into the 50s! The system will keep rain chances around through much of the day Saturday before ending by evening. Sunday will be dry I believe with highs in the cool 40s once again.