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North Texas has the potential for another round of winter weather Tuesday Night into Wednesday morning.
The Winter Storm Watch has been expanded to include more of North Texas.
NTTA prepares for possible ice storms before they come.
El Nino will raise chances for abundant rain through February, raising lake levels statewide and improving soil moisture.
The first Frost Advisory of the season has been issued for parts of North Texas tonight. Temperatures will drop into the mid to upper 30s in some locations overnight.
Storms continue to develop across parts of North Texas this afternoon. Several areas west of the Metroplex have already reported heavy rains, hail and high winds at times prompting storm warnings.
Temperatures on our Monday have warmed into the mid to upper 80s thanks to sunshine and dry air. It stays warm tomorrow before rain chances arrive on Wednesday cooling us down.
The timing of storms for our Thursday has shifted a little.
When Clint Perkins isn’t working as an EMT in Hood County, he’s preparing for the next big storm. Instead of hiding from tornadoes, he seeks them out.
Larry Mowry’s forecast called for sun and 60 degree weather on Sunday. He was right, but the front slowed and his forecast was about six hours late in arriving. Not his fault, for sure, but made for a cold, gloomy, overcast 56-mile bike ride. I thought of Larry a few times.
The long-awaited Winter Weather Special is here: CBS 11’s group of meteorologists will spend the 6 p.m. hour Saturday exploring various winter topics that will help our viewers and readers anticipate and prepare for what may lie ahead.