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.
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.
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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