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Tracking rain & storms for your Saturday

Tracking rain & storms for your Saturday

SATURDAY 8:30PM UPDATE: Bands of showers and storms are moving through East Texas this evening. We will continue to see the rain through this evening and tonight.
Heavy rain likely Saturday & some strong storms possible

Heavy rain likely Saturday & some strong storms possible

You can count on a lot of rain for East Texas on Saturday. Timing of showers and storms entering our area will be as early as 3PM (western/southern areas) and exiting ETX by the pre-dawn hours on Sunday morning.
Warm weather is back, & so is the rain

Warm weather is back, & so is the rain

We’ve seen our coldest weather of the season thus far over the last week and a half. Now, it is changing again toward a slightly warmer but rainy pattern for the upcoming weekend.
Tracking the wintry precipitation tonight

Tracking the wintry precipitation tonight

Follow Meteorologist Marcus Bagwell below for updates. -------------------------------- 9PM Update: A band of light to moderate snow showers are moving through Central Texas and the Metroplex at this time.
Weather update for Sunday evening

Weather update for Sunday evening

On this Saturday evening, we are tracking scattered showers that will be moving into East Texas late this evening and into the overnight hours. We cannot rule out an isolated t-storm, but it looks to be just a cold rain.

Our forecast remains tricky this weekend

Yesterday’s GFS model denoted the chance of wintry precipitation for Sunday evening. Today, it moves further north and less in the intensity.
Updated weekend wx; *brief* wintry mix possible Sunday night/Monday AM

Updated weekend wx; *brief* wintry mix possible Sunday night/Monday AM

Well, Wednesday morning’s data is suggesting that a very small period of some light wintry precipitation will be possible late Sunday into Monday. Let’s go into more detail about the forecast based off the models.
Goodbye warm weather...Hello blast of cold air, & updated weekend forecast

Goodbye warm weather...Hello blast of cold air, & updated weekend forecast

Here we go! Today was indeed a warm and windy day all across East Texas. Here were the 2PM observations of temperature, wind speed, and wind gusts.
Weekend precipitation & cold weather prolonged to Thanksgiving?

Weekend precipitation & cold weather prolonged to Thanksgiving?

If you are a weather geek like me, then this forecast for the upcoming weekend is tough. Models are showing various outputs for what we can expect this weekend. Honestly, it is very difficult to forecast beyond 4 days.
Tracking the cold front & precipitation type for next Saturday

Tracking the cold front & precipitation type for next Saturday

Okay, so we know the arctic cold air is coming. I hope you’ve heard about this over the last few days. I will walk you through the next few days, and then we’ll look at this upcoming Saturday.

It’s almost time for the heater & the coats!

We have a great weather weekend ahead. Very fall like weather will remain with slightly below normal temperatures on Saturday and Sunday.
The rain has arrived & more is coming through Thursday morning

The rain has arrived & more is coming through Thursday morning

I had lunch with my wife around Noon on Tuesday and it was still muggy in Tyler. By time we went back outdoors around 1PM, it has suddenly turned cooler. Here is the change in temperature at Tyler Pounds since 10AM this morning.
Heavy rain threat for East Texas by mid-week

Heavy rain threat for East Texas by mid-week

After a great weekend of autumn weather, it all changes as we go into this first full week of November. Heavy rain looks likely in East Texas, and you’ll want to be weather aware!

Cold today with more frost expected tonight

It was a cold morning in East Texas. Here were the morning lows.
Scary weather! Actual weather phobias

Scary weather! Actual weather phobias

Halloween is suppose to be fun “Scary” with the ghost stories and many people dressed up as zombies, vampires, were wolves and other frightening creatures.