Day: December 16, 2012

First look at Texas’ Christmas Weather; Cold and Wintry?

It’s hard to believe that we’re only nine days away from Christmas and our high temperatures here in Dallas were in the mid 70s. It feels like Spring, yet if you look at climatology, we’re supposed to be out and about with heavy jackets and long pants. Everyone is asking when is the next cold snap coming south. It looks like it will it arrive in time for Christmas. We won’t be able to answer the question of the exact weather for Christmas until we get much closer, but we are within range of being able to tell what...

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Severe Weather Outlook for Southeast Texas Issued

  The Storm Prediction Center has indicated portions of extreme Southeast Texas will have the potential to experience a few severe storms later this morning. A weak cold front will spark an area of thunderstorms later this morning. As this area of storms moves towards the coast, it will tap into the rich, unstable Gulf of Mexico air and likely intensify. Because this will be during the morning hours, the atmosphere will only be slightly unstable. This will likely keep most of the storms in line and under severe limits. However, a few storms will have the potential to...

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