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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.
Follow Meteorologist Marcus Bagwell below for updates.
A band of light to moderate snow showers are moving through Central Texas and the Metroplex at this time.
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.
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.
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.