As we turned into November it turned into Fall weather. After tying a record high on Monday, Nov. 1st we’ve seen the temperatures climb down to more “average” stuff:
While Saturday morning had drizzle/light rain for the Metroplex, heavy rain fall across our southern tier from Bosque over to Navarro counties. Flood Advisories were in effect across the morning for some of our counties in fact. That rain should be gone by early afternoon as we get a peak of sun. Highs will get into the low 70’s:
Rain chances are right back into the forecast for Sunday. If you are walking the Susan G. Komen this weekend there is a good chance you get to Fair Park on Sunday afternoon before the rain arrives:
As far as Racing Weekend at Texas Motor Speedway, no worries for the O’Reilly 300 this afternoon. We’ll include chances of rain tomorrow for the AAA Texas 500 Sprint Cup Race but there is a good chance we get the race in before the rain comes in from the west.
Most of the storms tomorrow will be in a line across our western counties by mid-day into the afternoon. Those storms will attempt to reach the Metro area by late afternoon and early evening:
Don’t forget to set the clocks back before you go to bed. Enjoy the extra hour of sleep!
Better rain chances come in Monday and Tuesday before chances start to taper off. Right now we’ll keep some small rain chances in the forecast as we close out the week: