Reporting Larry Mowry
Filed underStorm Team Blog
BEAUTIFUL VALENTINE’S DAY
Great weather for our Thursday with temperatures topping out in the upper 60s and low 70s. A cold front arrives tonight and brings us much cooler weather tomorrow.
DRIZZLE AND SPRINKLES FOR FRIDAY MORNING
The cold front will clear the DFW area before the sun comes up Friday morning. But behind the front we will see mostly cloudy skies with a few areas of light drizzle and sprinkles. It will be a cold start to our Friday with temperatures in the low 40s and breezy north winds.
4PM FRIDAY - Breezy and chilly.
FRIDAY NIGHT - Cold, with a small chance of snow flurries
MAP OF RAIN CHANCES FOR FRIDAY MORNING
MAP OF FLURRY CHANCES FOR FRIDAY NIGHT
FRIDAY NIGHT INTO SATURDAY MORNING - Small chance of a few snow flurries before the sun comes up Saturday morning. Most of us won’t see this, and even if it does happen no travel problems expected. But it will be a cold night.
WEEKEND FORECAST – chilly on Saturday but mild and very windy on Sunday.
STORM CHANCES ON MONDAY
A chance of thunderstorms will be with us during the day on Monday. It look like the best chance of storms will be in the eastern half of North Texas on Monday. A few of the storms could be strong but they will be moving fast so not much rain is expected.