It's a cool, grey morning outside - current temp is 14C.
A large, cold, anticyclone has evolved over the northern High Plains and a cold front has moved pretty much down to the Gulf Coast. The only real chance of a few severe storms today is across far west Texas and into portions of New Mexico, where post-frontal moist upslope flow along with an approaching upper disturbance, and heating of elevated terrain, may allow some storms to develop. Even so, it's a pretty marginal set-up.
We'll be heading west to Fort Stockton and then deciding where to go from there, depending on observational trends.