Reporting Larry Mowry
Filed underStorm Team Blog
TURNING WINDY AND STORMS FOR THE SECOND HALF OF THE WEEKEND…
Our pleasant weather will start to change the next few days. Tomorrow will be another pleasant day, but south winds will start to increase thru the day with gusts to 25 mph tomorrow. Temperatures will be cool tonight down around 50 degrees, but tomorrow highs will be near 80.
REALLY WINDY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY…
Friday and Saturday will be very windy with south winds gusting 35 to 40 mph! We will start out with clouds in the morning and then some sun in the afternoon. Morning lows will be mild in the 60s and afternoon highs near 80.
SUNDAY COLD FRONT AND STORMS…
A cold front will move into North Texas on Sunday. The timing of this front is still a little uncertain, but today the models are showing late afternoon into the evening. This would be between about 4pm and Midnight. Storms with this front will be strong and some may be severe. Too early to tell the extent of the severe threat, but at this time it looks like damaging winds would be the primary concern, but other hazards can not be ruled out at this time.
SHARPLY COLDER BY EARLY NEXT WEEK…
Temperatures will feel more winter like by Monday. Monday morning will start in the 30s and 40s and temperatures will only climb into the 50s in the afternoon. It looks like Monday night could see a widespread freeze.
OVERNIGHT LOWS TONIGHT
TOMORROW’S WEATHER TIMELINE
SUNDAY’S COLD FRONT
TONIGHT: Mostly clear and cool. Low of 51. NE 5-10 mph
TOMORROW: Mostly sunny and breezy. High of 80. S/SE 15-25 mph
TOMORROW NIGHT: Partly cloudy, breezy. Low of 62. S 10-20 mph
FRIDAY: Cloudy in the morning then partly sunny, very windy. High of 80. S 20-35 mph
FRIDAY NIGHT: Becoming cloudy, breezy. Low of 65. S 15-25 mph
SATURDAY: Cloudy in the morning then partly sunny, very windy again. High of 81. S 20-35 mph
SATURDAY NIGHT: becoming cloudy, breezy. Low of 67. S 15-25 mph
SUNDAY: Morning clouds and spotty light rain, some sun in the afternoon. Storms likely in the late afternoon and evening. Some may be severe. High of 76. S 15-25 mph then turning N 20-30 mph behind the front.
MONDAY: Partly cloudy and cold. Morning lows in the 30s and 40s. Highs in the 50s. N 15-25 mph
Here is a look at lake levels across North Texas. The readings are in feet below conservation. We could use some rain as for the year we are running a deficit of 2.40″ for DFW.
Here are the lakes that saw the biggest drop over the past month. Thanks to CBS 11 Meteorologist Jeff Jamison for digging thru the numbers to bring you this list.