Sunday Evening Weather At Your Fingertips

A cold morning makes way for a mild afternoon on Martin Luther King Jr Day. Back in the 70s by Tuesday!
Published: Jan. 16, 2022 at 7:52 AM CST
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East Texas (KLTV/KTRE) - Here is a look at the weather where you live: Good evening, East Texas! Lots of sunshine and calming winds this afternoon helped highs warm into the lower 50s for most of the area, which was certainly appreciated after the bone chilling start we got this morning. Clear skies tonight will lead to another cold start tomorrow morning as we flirt with the freezing mark for a few hours before sunrise. Ample sunshine will help lead to a more mild afternoon for our Martin Luther King Jr Day as highs will jump to near 60 degrees. Dry conditions and breezy southerly winds will allow us to warm into the lower 70s on Tuesday before our next strong cold front sweeps through on Wednesday. Some scattered showers will be possible along the front as it moves through.. but unfortunately it looks like most will stay dry once again. We will see yet another big cool down behind this front with mornings dropping into the lower 30s on Thursday and middle 20s for Friday. Clouds are set to increase on Saturday but models are split as to if we will see any form of precipitation or not. Stay tuned to the forecast for next weekend as there could be another chance for some sleet or snow. It is far too early to get into specifics however, so be wary of any graphics you may see floating around on social media. We’ll be watching this set up closely for you and will keep you updated with the latest.

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