Light winds and extra cloud cover helping to keep conditions much warmer then what we saw yesterday. Along with the clouds is a small wave of energy popping up some light showers to our east. Our southeastern counties are under a Winter Weather Advisory until 9am this morning for light ice accumulations. The worst places will most likely be bridges and overpasses, so extra precaution may be necessary. That advisory includes McCulloch, Menard, Mason, and Kimble counties, once again until 9am this morning. By the afternoon watching for mostly sunny skies and much warmer conditions, back to the low 60's. Winds will shift back towards the southeast helping the warming trend and staying light around 5 to 10 miles per hour. Tonight we'll see extra clouds build back in as a weak cold front makes it's way towards the Concho Valley. Expecting the front sometime tomorrow afternoon capping temps to only the upper 60's and bringing breezy winds out of the northwest 10 to 15 mph. Other than the winds, the warmer trend looks to pick back up on Thursday, jumping to the low 70's. Even warmer for Friday, ending the work week above average near 78 degrees and mostly sunny skies. The next front is expected for the weekend, this one bringing a chance for showers both Saturday and Sunday, 20% chance. Extra cloud cover and cooler temperatures will ride along the front, dropping to the 50's for Sunday. But by next Monday we look to jump back up to the upper 60's.