Burn bans remain in effect for the following counties: Henderson, Titus, Van Zandt, Smith, Shelby and Polk.
Showers have come to an end across East Texas after record breaking rainfall over the weekend. Our next chance for rain is only a few days away.
Clouds will linger over the region today as that area of low pressure that brought us all of the rain over the weekend exits to the northeast. Our highs will get back to normal, into the mid 70s this afternoon.
By Wednesday, skies will clear, and highs will warm into the low 80s. A cold front, moving in from the northwest, will cool us off a little bit for our Thursday. With dry air in place over the region, we won't see any showers with this front, but we will by the end of the week. Highs will drop into the mid 70s Thursday afternoon, after starting the day in the low 50s.
By Friday, an area of low pressure, building along the Texas coast to our west, will start to move into our area. This low, pulling moisture in from the Gulf, will bring a chance for showers Friday through Sunday. It doesn't look like the rain will be as heavy as last weekend, but it could make for some soggy football games on Friday and trick-or-treaters on Saturday.
Daylight Saving Time ends on Sunday morning at 2 a.m. We'll "Fall" back an hour, gaining an extra hour of sleep Saturday night.
By Monday, skies will clear once again, with lows in the mid 50s and highs in the upper 70s.
Have a great Tuesday!
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