The Rain Cometh
We begin an active unsettled weather pattern Friday that will last through late next week.
A cut off low across east Texas is pushing a cold front toward the region that will merge with low pressure (possibly a tropical depression) coming up from the Gulf by Friday night. This will bring isolated showers Friday morning that will become more widely scattered in the afternoon. We’ll add in a chance for thunderstorms to go along with scattered showers Saturday through Saturday night as a warm front works its way through. This warm front will also increase the weekend daytime and nighttime temperatures to the upper 70s to low 80s and low to mid 60s respectively.
The aforementioned cold front will finally slide through on Sunday triggering more scattered showers. The front is expected to become stationary to our south on Monday, so isolated showers are possible. Models have the front lifting back through our area Tuesday bringing more scattered showers before exiting as another cold front approaches and moves through on Thursday.
Saturday through Monday, daytime highs will run around 5 degrees above normal with nighttime lows around 10 degrees above average.
-Chief Meteorologist Miller Robson
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