Cold air will continue to spill into East Texas on Wednesday into tomorrow allowing lows overnight tonight to range from the lower 20s north to the upper 20s south.
During the early morning hours on Thursday, an upper level disturbance will pass over East Texas from West to East, allowing for snow flurries to occur from about sunrise into early afternoon. Accumulations are expected to be light: maybe up to .10" in some locations. As high temperatures tomorrow struggle to get into the lower to mid 30s, there is a chance these flurries will stick to elevated surfaces, such as grass, cars, rooftops, etc.
The disturbance should clear East Texas during the early afternoon hours, allowing the snow chances to end. Stay tuned for more information as it becomes available to us throughout the day today and tonight. There are NO watches, warnings or advisories at this time, but that may change later on Wednesday. We will keep you posted.
There will also be a chance for some freezing rain early on Saturday morning, but the temperatures should rise well above freezing by 9 or 10 a.m., allowing the moisture to melt quickly.
More rain is likely in East Texas beginning late Monday and continuing through at least Wednesday of next week.
We do need the rain. The frozen stuff - not so much.
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