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Texas Still Blanketed In Thick Fog, But Prepare For A Sunny Weekend Ahead

I don’t know about you, but I’ve grown tired of emulating Seattle. From all the wet weather to our nasty cold fronts, I’m ready for some nice weather. Happily, we’ll see a break in Mother Nature’s temper tantrums beginning Saturday afternoon.

Heavy rain will be exiting East and Southeast Texas this morning. In its wake, fog, mist, and light rain will continue through Friday morning. Dense fog is likely again tonight into Friday morning across most of Texas. From late Friday through Saturday morning, scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected across the northeastern half of Texas. Severe thunderstorms are unlikely to occur in Texas. Just enough cold air may allow a rain/snow mix across the Texas Panhandle. It looks like it’ll be warm enough to prevent snowfall from accumulating. The rest of the state will be warm enough to keep everything liquid.


Texas' forecast rain totals over the next five days.

An additional one-half to one inch of rain may fall across the eastern quarter of Texas this morning. One-quarter to one inch of rainfall will be possible in the Texas Panhandle, Northwest Texas, Texoma, and the Ark-La-Tex tomorrow.

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A modest cool front will move south into Texas on the backside of tomorrow’s storm system. Unlike our prior Arctic fronts, tomorrow won’t pack much punch. It will help clear out our weather by Saturday afternoon, though. Saturday night through at least Wednesday features calm weather with a warming trend across Texas. Sunshine and high temperatures in the 60s and 70s make even a hermit like me a happy camper!

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David Reimer


  1. Kim Loucks

    The whole rest of the entire week after today supposed to be in the mid and upper 60s.. yey!!!

  2. Leah Guerra

    The next week’s weather is absolutely perfect 😊

  3. Andrea Eldredge Schafer

    Well thank you for updating always good to see your posts !
    I will have this song stick in my head lol
    I always reference songs myself 😁
    Blessings to you
    Thank you for all your hard work and your team

    • Texas Storm Chasers

      Andrea Eldredge Schafer you’re welcome! Thanks for joining us on our journey! 🙂

  4. Alan Madden

    How is the sun supposed to shine when the government Flys airplanes across every inch of sky spraying chemical or biological agents that turn into a milky haze that blocks the sun.
    Why don’t we talk about that problem who in their right mind does that when it’s cold and muddy and we need sunshine to live and for plants to grow ???
    Why doesnt hardly any meteorologist talk about that and why do they block you as soon as you start talking about weather modification programs and SRM solar radiation management ie dimming the sun to cool the planet ????

  5. Cindy Wright

    Thanks for the laugh with the song this morning! 😀 Have a great day!

  6. Barbara Daniel Lofton

    Well now, I was hoping like the dickens, dang sun would be out most the day, Guess I,ll hibernate some more 😆🤣😂.

  7. Charla Vignal Emery

    We have a serious case of farm fever that has infected our entire family, need an infusion of sunlight soon or else…..

  8. Beverly Schmedthorst

    Thank you.

  9. Anita Kirby Ellwanger

    On instagram it said to prepare for a third freeze. All of Texas. The message was from The Mayor.
    I am not seeing anything in the freezing temperatures. I’m sure it must be fake. Do you see anything coming?

  10. Renee Blue

    I know you do not have a crystal ball, but I’m here in Fort Worth and some of my plants are trying to bud out. Is there a chance that that 10° we had in January is the only get cold possible ice event we’re gonna have this winter? Dare I put my seeds in the ground and start clearing the old out of the gardens?

    • Texas Storm Chasers

      Renee Blue doubtful we’re done with winter.

    • Hannah Grace

      Renee Blue send me a friend request or a private message for us to know more better

  11. Ginger Reid-Schuelke

    I’m so grateful to not have ice. We got a ton of rain in RRC but we don’t have to bust ice and carry water buckets out to our farm animals.

  12. Ginger Reid-Schuelke

    Thank all of you for keeping us informed!

  13. Mickey Foss

    Wet and foggy 😶‍🌫️ 51 in Denton/Corinth this morning!🤗❤️🐶☕️☕️

  14. Lori Teague

    I would clear the gardens but as a rule of thumb, never put seeds in the ground until after Good Friday.

  15. Teresa Williams

    I use to live around Portland Oregon. I love this Oregon weather in Texas

  16. Brian Reeves

    I would not mind a bit of sun

  17. Jody Harris


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