Reporting Larry Mowry
Filed underStorm Team Blog
FLURRIES POSSIBLE TONIGHT AND TOMORROW MORNING
There will be the chance we see a few snow flurries flying tomorrow morning across North Texas. It won’t be as heavy as what we saw this morning, but one last upper level disturbance will be moving right over North Texas early tomorrow morning.
Here is where that low is located this afternoon.
This low will create enough lift in the atmosphere to squeeze out a few flurries tomorrow morning.
The atmosphere will not have as much moisture as it did this morning, but the upward motion of the atmosphere will be rather strong with this upper level low. So snow flurries look like the most likely outcome from the passage of the upper level low tomorrow morning. If the low were to slow down, it may have a chance to pick up more moisture. At this time it does not look like that will happen.
It will be cold tonight with lows in the 20s. That means if there is any left over moisture on the roads that will freeze overnight.
TUESDAY MORNING SNOW/SLEET ACCUMULATION
Below is a map showing where the highest snow/sleet accumulations were located this morning.
TONIGHT: Moslty cloudy, a few snow flurries toward daybreak. Low of 27. N 5-10 mph
TOMORROW: Morning clouds/flurries, than some sun in the afternoon. High near 50. W 5-10 mph
TOMORROW NIGHT: Mostly clear and cold. Low of 26. NW 5-10 mph
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny and cool. High of 54. N 5-15 mph
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny. Morning low of 32. High of 58. SE 5-10 mph
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny a little warmer. Morning low of 36. High of 62. S 5-15 mph
SUNDAY: Partly sunny, breezy. Morning low of 35. High of 55.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY: Cold and breezy. Highs in the 30s.