Reporting Larry Mowry
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SHOWERS AND A FEW THUNDERSTORMS OVERNIGHT…
This evening, just a few spotty areas of drizzle and light showers will be possible. But after midnight the coverage on the rain will increase and widespread showers and thunderstorms are likely. The storms won’t be anything like what we saw Sunday morning. But a few stronger storms may produce some very small hail.
This is the upper level system that will bring us the rain.
The low will track right along the Red River overnight and with this track heavy snow will break out in the Texas Panhandle and western Oklahoma. Check out the snowfall forecast for areas just to our north. Some areas in the Panhandle and western Oklahoma could see 6″ to 12″ of snow.
RAIN COVERAGE FOR NORTH TEXAS…
AFTER MIDNIGHT INTO EARLY TUESDAY MORNING
TUESDAY EVENING & NIGHT
A little light sleet/snow may linger Tuesday evening and night up along the Red River. It should be light enough not to cause any major problems.
COOL WEATHER HERE TO STAY
Tomorrow there will be quite a spread in high temperatures. Along the Red River temperatures will stay in the 40s. To the south temperatures will warm into the 60s to near 70. We will probably stay in the 50s and maybe into the low 60s.
SNOW CHANCE LATER THIS WEEK
It’s not a great chance, but some of the forecast models have been picking up on the possibility of a few snow showers Friday night into Saturday morning. It will certainly be cold enough as temperatures will drop to freezing Friday night. Stay tuned. Below is the GFS forecast model for 3am Saturday morning. The purple line is the freezing line and the green is precipitation.