Reporting Larry Mowry
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NOT MUCH SNOW FOR NORTH TEXAS…
What looked like at least a few flurries would be flying this morning, turned out to be a whole lot of nothing for the metro area this morning. I want to show you the radar loop over the past 20 hours. Note at the beginning the large area of snow out in West Texas that was heading our way. I new a lot of this would dry up as it moved our way, but the amount of dry air in the atmosphere really did a number on the precipitation.
“>facebook page last night that most of the high-resolution forecast models were showing this. I thought the disturbance was being underestimated and thus the precip could overcome this.
SNOW PICTURES FROM OUR SOUTHWEST…
Lee Cantero in Dublin reported 1 1/2″
Susan Devenyns in Stephenville
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FORECAST FOR THE WEEKEND…
TONIGHT: Partly to mostly cloudy skies with a little light rain and drizzle looks likely especially southeast of DFW. Low of 37. S 5-10 mph
TOMORROW: A few morning clouds, then sunny and pleasantly cool. High 56. SW 5-15 mph
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny and pleasant. High of 55. N 5-10 mph
RAIN CHANCES LOOK PROMISING FOR TUESDAY INTO WEDNESDAY…
This is the upper level disturbance that will swing over Texas Tuesday of next week and bring us decent rain chances.
Widespread rain looks likely Tuesday into Wednesday. There could be a few stronger storms, but it is too early to tell the extent of any severe weather threat.
There is a little timing difference on this storm system next week. So the rain timing could vary by 12 to 24 hours Tuesday into Wednesday.