Cold Rain, but some snow too?

November 24, 2007 at 2:56 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

A surface low pressure in the gulf is pumping loads of gulf moisture into Texas, as a strong upper level low moves in from the west.

Our temperatures at the ground are cold, but well above freezing, so we don’t expect any travel problems in North Texas. The colder temps are to our Northwest, and if you have travel plans west of Abilene on IH-20, or NW of Wichita Falls on US-287, expect to see accumulating snow.

The temperatures just above the ground are below freezing, just like on Thanksgiving Day, so don’t be surprised to see some snow mixing in with the rain, especially west of IH-35. At times, we might even see some accumulation on grass and car roofs, but ground temps are still above freezing, so no icy roads are expected.

As the upper low moves out on Sunday, some colder air will move in, and we might see another chance of snow Sunday night, even in the metroplex, but accumulations are not expected.

Stay warm!


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