After being dry slotted earlier this morning we’ve seen redevelopment of light snow across the northern South Plains and portions of the southern Texas Panhandle. This snow is no where near the intensity we saw earlier in Amarillo but it could deposit some snow over the next few hours. I believe the threat for significant snow accumulations have ended but we could definitely see an additional 1 to 2 inches of snow in the areas I just mentioned this morning. This activity is moving east.





Light to moderate rain continues to fall across a large area this morning. We’ve got rain falling across parts of the Concho Valley, much of North Texas, much of Northeast Texas, much of East Texas, much of Central Texas, and some of South-Central and Deep South Texas. Southeast Texas has isolated shower activity right now but all this rain is heading in that general direction so a rainy day is on tap. There are some pockets of heavier rain and a few claps of thunder but no severe weather is occuring or expected today.


Here’s what the radar will most likely look similar to by 9 AM this morning. The winter precipitation will be winding down but could still be underway across the southern Panhandle and South Plains. Widespread moderate to locally heavy rain will continue throughout the morning across North, Northeast, East, Central, South-Central, and Southeast Texas with a general movement to the east. It looks like we’ll see the rain continue into the afternoon hours before diminishing and moving east late this afternoon into this evening. I’ll have today’s complete forecast in my usual weather roundup around 6 AM.