TYLER, Texas — We are expecting a pretty nice weekend across East Texas, but showers and weak storm chances will return late Sunday into Monday morning across the area as the next cold front will pass on by. Highs will slowly climb during the weekend but the clouds will be increasing as well.
Let's take a closer look at the forecast!
Overnight lows will again dip down near or below freezing across the region. Skies will remain mostly clear and the winds will be calm or light out of the east. Frost will be possible again in the morning.
Our weekend is going to start off nice, but things will change as we head into Sunday.
Saturday will be mostly sunny to partly cloudy, with weather that remains dry. Temps will hang around the mid to upper 50s for our highs.
Come Sunday mostly cloudy skies will move back in along with a 30% chance for showers. Temps will warm up slightly, reaching to around the low 60s for our highs.
Rain chances and mostly to partly cloudy skies will linger into next Monday over East Texas. Temps will hold near the low 60s with rain chances holding on at 30% in the morning before we dry out in the afternoon.
NEXT TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY:
Expect mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies next Tuesday, with rain chances up to 20% Tuesday night. Rain chances will stay at 20% Wednesday morning but will drop heading toward the afternoon. Skies will remain mostly to partly cloudy heading into Wednesday. Most of us will not see showers as another front comes by Tuesday night.
Temps will reach the low 60s next Tuesday, with low 50s by next Wednesday.
Some sunshine finally moves back in as we head into next Thursday. Expect mostly sunny skies with a high near the mid-50s.
We have a few dry days ahead East Texas! Make sure you get out and enjoy them!
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