Author: David Reimer

Mid-Afternoon Notes on Today’s Minor Snow in North Texas…

A thin line of precipitation currently extends from Bowie to Stephenville to San Saba to just west of Blanco. This precipitation is associated with a fast-moving upper-level piece of energy. Overall precipitation amounts will be light. South of Interstate 20 precipitation should generally remain in liquid form. A few sleet pellets or snowflakes may mix in. No accumulations are expected south of Interstate 20. 3:15 PM: Light to moderate sleet will move into western and northwestern portions of Dallas/Fort Worth during the next couple of hours. #txwx #dfwwx #texomawx #ctxwx pic.twitter.com/pZ3oPb2EKP — NWS Fort Worth (@NWSFortWorth) January 11, 2018...

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Quick-Round of Light Snow Possible in North Texas Tomorrow

Those who have been monitoring the weather forecast from your preferred media outlet may already know there is a chance of some winter mischief tomorrow in Texoma and North Texas. We’ve been quiet about it mainly because we’ve been busy with real-life obligations. Most data continues to suggest that this will be a minor winter weather event. Not everyone will experience snow and those who do only have a low-shot at receiving accumulations. Widespread travel problems are not expected, but as always we’ll have to watch bridges if some locations receive a burst of heavier snow. This evening’s high-resolution...

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Light Sleet/Snow Reported in Southeast Texas; Freezing for All of TX Tonight

Very light sleet has been reported in parts of the Houston metro over the last hour. Bush-Intercontinental reported light snow in the hourly weather observation at 7:55 PM. The good news is precipitation rates have been very low, comparable to it sprinkling if the precipitation mode was rain. Light rain or drizzle is being reported in the Rio Grande Valley this evening. McAllen, Weslaco, and Harlingen are reporting rain, but Brownsville is reporting a rain/sleet mix. Temperatures are near or above freezing. The light nature of the precipitation means no accumulations are expected. Travel impacts are not expected. Light...

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Brief Snowfall in Southeast Texas This Evening? Maybe.

Snow in Southeast Texas is about as rare as a non-existent spring severe weather season in Texas. They don’t happen very often. That’s why it is somewhat unusual to be talking about a chance of snow in Southeast Texas tonight; about a month after accumulating snowfall. Yet as we’ve seen many times before, Mother Nature does not keep track of the calendar. There is indeed a chance of snow for a few hours later this evening in Southeast Texas. Widespread snow is not expected, so this is going to be a ‘hit or miss’ type situation. Should we even...

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Freezing Drizzle Causing Travel Problems in eastern South-Central Texas

Multiple accidents have been reported in Travis County due to icy bridges. Freezing drizzle has increased over the last two hours across the eastern half of South-Central Texas. Surface temperatures in the upper 20s mean any drizzle will stick to elevated objects. The good news is this drizzle should be moving out of South-Central Texas by 7-8 PM, but until then we’re going to see bridges ice up in a hurry. Take them slow! National Weather Service Austin/San Antonio TX 506 PM CST Tue Jan 2 2018 ...lIGHT WINTRY MIX PRECIPITATION AFFECTING MUCH OF THE EASTERN HALF OF SOUTH CENTRAL...

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