Author: Jenny Brown

Flooding Rains Continue Overnight – Wintry Weather (Freezing Rain) Tonight & Tomorrow

A lot to talk about in this evening’s blog update, so we’ll get right down to it.  The main threat for the next 24-48 hours will be the threat of additional heavy rain and flooding across parts of north, east and central Texas.  Flash Flood Watches remain in effect through Wednesday night across the area with an additional 2-4 inches of rainfall expected with higher localized amounts wherever the heavier bands of rain set up.  Some of our short-range model forecasts are generating rainfall totals in excess of 8-10 inches across portions of northeast Texas, and while that may...

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Rainfall Chances Increase Next Week!

Rain chances are finally improving this next week for a rather large portion of the state mainly along and east of the I-35 corridor.  Today’s rain across north central and northeast Texas will shift slowly to the south and east today with rainfall totals remaining fairly light across the eastern half of the state.  Tomorrow will be relatively rain-free with just a few showers and drizzle expected early tomorrow morning for coastal regions, then later in the day across the Big Country region in west central Texas and up into north central Texas and northeast Texas by tomorrow evening. ...

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Work Week Outlook – Rain Chances Return Tuesday & Wednesday – Cold Front Arrives Friday

After a chilly start to the work week, it looks like we have one more day of chilly, but seasonal, temps before we see a rapid warm-up for Wednesday and Thursday.  Rain chances will return to the forecast Tuesday into Wednesday, then reappear Friday and Saturday as another cold front arrives.  The warmest days this week will be Wednesday and Thursday with highs averaging in the 70s across a large swath of the state both days.  It will be a nice reminder that Spring is not far away!  On Friday, we’ll see another cold front arrive just in time...

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9:00am Sunday Morning Update – Small Patch of Wintry Mix Heading Towards the DFW Metroplex

We are continuing to monitor a convective cell that is moving up towards the DFW metroplex from the Stephenville/Granbury area this morning.  Temperatures are in the upper 20s across the region and it’s likely that we could see a brief shot at a rain and sleet mix as this continues to move northeast and into the metroplex within the next several hours.  So far, reports from spotters in the area indicate mostly rain with sleet pellets mixed in, but the roads are getting slick in places.   Please remain cautious if you’re in this region and plan on heading out...

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Cold Front Arrives – Chance of Wintry Precip Overnight for Central & West Central Texas

Heavy rainfall across southeast Texas will continue into the early afternoon with localized flash flooding possible.  Some areas may see rainfall rates up to 2 inches per hour, but widespread flooding issues are not expected. Once the heavy rain moves out later this afternoon and evening, we’ll still see periods of light showers overnight and into tomorrow as well as the cold front continues to work its way south, but the risk of additional flash flooding will come to an end. A strong cold front arrived across the northern half of the state overnight and is now working its...

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