TEXAS, USA — Hey East Texas!
The last three days have featured a welcomed amount of rain with 3-5 inches during round one on Thursday, a little less than a trace Friday, and then another 1-3 inches today.
Now, we patiently wait as that parent low pulls to the Northeast with drier air filtering in behind. You may have noticed a bite to the air tonight as brisk air funnels in with WSW winds blowing in around 10-20 mph.
Our next chance at unsettled weather arrives Tuesday along our next frontal boundary. This may produce strong to severe storms Tuesday evening and night.
Drier air continues to filter in tonight flowing along breezy WSW winds. Cloud cover will slowly erode away into Sunday morning allowing temperatures tonight to drop into the brisk low and mid 40s, with areas featuring the least amount of cloud cover left the coldest. Occasional gusts between 20-25 mph possible tonight as what's left of our storms from earlier blows out of here.
Following a brisk morning with some broken cloud cover along our far Northern counties, daytime temperatures will warm into the low and upper 60s with westerly winds around 10-15 mph. Winds will become weaker moving into the evening while taking on a more northwesterly component, allowing another shot of cool air for Sunday night.
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