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Texas Set To Cool Down And Get Wet This Weekend!

A strong cold front will bring a little chill back to Texas this weekend with widespread rain chances. Besides much cooler temperatures, the rain chances tomorrow into Sunday morning may bring some flooding to parts of Texas. The good news is that severe thunderstorm risk (tornadoes, giant hail, damaging winds) is low. We’re looking forward to a chillier rain without the hassles of spinny-spinny doom dooms and softball-size ice chunks breaking things.

Yesterday’s thunderstorm chances underperformed across North Texas and the Ark-La-Tex, though given the tennis-ball size hail and tornado warnings in the northern Hill Country, I think we’re okay with that. We did have a few supercells from near Llano to Lampasas yesterday evening, producing very large hail, damaging winds, and two tornado warnings. We have not heard of any confirmed tornadoes, but it was an active dinner-time ‘show’ for those folks. Again, We are not expecting a repeat today or with this weekend’s rain chances.


Scattered to numerous showers and embedded thunderstorms are likely across the northern two-thirds to seventy-five percent of Texas late tonight through Sunday morning. The best chance of widespread rain will be on Saturday when it would be best to have indoor plans. Severe thunderstorms are not likely, but some storms will produce small hail and heavy rainfall. The highest chance for heavier rains Saturday night will be across the eastern third to the east half of Texas. We’ll see rain chances end Sunday morning across most of Texas, though clouds will hold tough most of the day.

The northern two-thirds of Texas will experience high temperatures in the 60s and 70s this afternoon. 80s and 90s are likely from the Borderland east through the Big Bend, South Texas, and Southeast Texas. However, Saturday will be a significant change across the Texas Panhandle and West Texas. High temperatures in both Amarillo and Lubbock won’t get out of the 40s! We’ll see that cooler air also encompass areas farther southeast. For Texas as a whole, Sunday into Monday Morning looks to feature the coolest weather with high temperatures in the 60s and 70s, with morning low temperatures down into the 30s, 40s, and 50s. It looks like the Rio Grande Valley will manage to hold onto the middle 60s Monday morning. That still beats middle to upper 70s. A warm-up begins Monday with mostly dry weather across Texas from Sunday afternoon through at least Tuesday.

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David Reimer


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