Author: Jenny Brown

Cooler Today Across Northern Texas Today – Temps Rebound for the Weekend Ahead

A cold front has moved into the northern half of the state this morning and is expected to stall across central Texas before retreating back to the north by tomorrow.  Several record highs were broken yesterday…most notably at DFW Airport which reached a high of 94 degrees beating the all-time record high of 89 for any day in November since records have been kept.  Today’s front will drop temps back down to around normal for the northern half of the state today, but those temps will rebound by tomorrow.  Highs in the 80s for the northern half of the...

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Unseasonably Warm Weather Expected Through The Weekend

Zonal flow at the mid and upper levels will provide a barrier against any intrusions of cold air through the weekend ahead making it a very warm start for November.  A cold front will try to push into the panhandle and northern Texas on Friday, but it won’t make much headway before lifting back off to the north.  Temps will really heat up for the rest of this week and into the weekend with daily highs a good 10-20 degrees above average for early November…especially for areas west of the dryline.  Once this morning’s rain moves out of east...

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Marginal Risk (Level 1) for Severe Storms along the Coastal Plains this Afternoon & Overnight – Warming Up For The Remainder of the Week

A band of light to moderate rain is currently stretched from about Wichita Falls down to Sonora. This band will continue to drift east this afternoon into central and north central Texas. Rainfall amounts will vary depending on where the heaviest bands of rain set up this afternoon, but overall accumulations are expected to be light and under 1/2 inch for most.  A few lightning strikes may be possible, but severe weather threats are very low. We have a Marginal Risk (Level 1) in place for the coastal plains this afternoon from the Houston area all the way down...

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Another Cold Front Arrives Monday – Rain In The Forecast for Halloween

Our weather over the next couple of days will include the typical ups and downs of Fall in Texas as another cold front arrives on Monday.  Temps today will be quite pleasant and warming up a bit across the western half of the state with slightly cooler daytime highs further east.  Another cold front will arrive on Monday which will knock temps back down once again, but temps will quickly bounce back above normal by the middle of the work week. The long range forecast models keep us warmer than average for the rest of the week ahead with...

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Warm Fall Temps Today & Tomorrow Before Thursday’s Canadian Cold Front Arrives

Today and tomorrow will be our last days with above normal Fall temps before a strong Canadian cold front arrives on Thursday.  Everyone will be enjoying plenty of sunshine and highs in the 70s and 80s today and tomorrow, so take advantage of that while you can!  We’ll be quite breezy tomorrow as well with sustained southwest winds up to 20mph with higher gusts.  Elevated fire weather conditions will be present all across western Texas, west central Texas and up into north Texas by Thursday ahead of the front, so take extra precautions with anything that could generate sparks...

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