Reporting Jeff Ray
Filed underStorm Team Blog
We’ll continue to have cloudy skies with some light rain around north Texas. The favored areas of rain continue to be the metro area and south into Johnson and Ellis counties. The heaviest rain is down in Waco and the Hill Country and east of the Metro area. Here is the latest forecast of accumulation totals by midnight.
As the late afternoon wears on the back edge of the large rain shield will start to clear the DFW urban area. There is a chance in the early evening one more round brushes past the city. This will again be light rain.
Because of these cool temperatures thunderstorm activity will be limited to an occasional rumble of thunder in the southeast and east edges of north Texas.
Overnight the rain will continue form a Paris to Palestine line and east. Skies will try to clear over the metro area, fog will form where skies become partly cloudy by daybreak.
Monday we’ll get out of the 70-degree weather of late. But don’t look for any hint of warm weather in the work week ahead. We’ll have yet another cold front come through on Tuesday early morning. Highs on Tuesday will stay in the low 80′s. It will be a blustery first-half of the day on Tuesday with some gusty north winds behind the front.
Wednesday morning lows will get down in the 50′s. We’ll have more sun by Wed-Fri. with highs improving to the upper 80′s by Friday.
Another cold front arrives on Saturday. We’ll include a very small chance of rain on Saturday night. Highs in the low 80′s Saturday and in the 70′s on Sunday.