Good evening everyone, after a brief round of showers and thunderstorms this morning, North Texas has now dried out and will remain that way through Friday.
As seen by the National Weather Service in Fort Worth graphic above, two cold fronts will shape the forecast over the next 7 days….and onward. The first cold front will be a dry one, temperatures will drop about 10 degrees overall, putting us “near average” for this time of the year. However, another cold front, along with an upper level low, will produce a wet and cold weekend across all of North Texas. Temperatures will struggle to get out of the 40’s and may very well stay in the 40’s, especially from DFW and points to the north and west. As stated in previous posts, frozen precipitation is not expected in North Texas, but the first snow of the season will be possible in the Panhandle of Texas and parts of Western and Northern Oklahoma. Rain will linger around in North Texas and high’s will stay in the 40’s and 50’s on Sunday and Monday. We will see dry conditions return on Tuesday and Wednesday, but temperatures will not have a chance to recover as a strong cold front moves through on Next Thursday, it is unclear what precipitation will be in the area as this is still 10 days out, for now we will focus on this weekend and address that possible event as it approaches.If you haven't LIKED our Facebook Page yet, click like below to stay informed!
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