Author: Jenny Brown

Increasing Rain Chances with Flooding Threats for Western Texas This Weekend – Cold Front Arrives Next Week

The forecast highlights this weekend will be increasing chances for heavy rainfall across the western half of the state, and for next week, the arrival of a nice fall cold front during the middle of the week with rain chances spreading further east.  The heaviest rainfall over the next several days is expected across much of the panhandle region down into the permian basin region.  The upper level system to our west generating these chances for rain will be slow to move east this week which will mean the western half of the state can expect an extended period...

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Warmest Day of the Week – Pattern Change Looming for This Weekend And Next Week

Unseasonably warm conditions continue today with slightly less chances for scattered showers and storms.  Today will likely be the hottest day this week before we begin to see temps tick down a few degrees as we get into the end of the work week.  A weak cool front will move into the panhandle region today, but will not have much impact before it dissipates by tomorrow. The big news on the weather horizon will be increasing rain chances later this weekend and into early next week as a slow moving, but stronger, cold front arrives.  This will certainly be...

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Slight Risk (Level 2) Of Severe Storms Today – TX Panhandle Region

Above average temperatures will continue as we head into the last official week of Summer.  Moisture from Tropical Storm Norma off the Baja Peninsula continues to stream over the western half of the state and we’ll once again have a good chance of seeing thunderstorms develop by later this afternoon.  The Storm Prediction Center has placed a Slight Risk (Level 2) of severe weather across much of the western and central panhandle for later this afternoon with gusty winds, quarter size hail and isolated tornadoes being the main threats.  Strong to severe storm development will be most likely after...

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Above Normal Highs This Weekend – Pattern Change Into Next Week Brings Rain Chances

Chances for rain and storms will continue for the next several days across the western half of the state as an upper level trough remains situated to our west. Hurricane Norma, currently located just south of the Baja peninsula, will make landfall on Monday and moisture from her remnants will continue to be pulled up across the region into early next week as well.  Rain and additional cloud cover across western Texas will help to keep temps in check and closer to seasonal today and through the weekend.  The eastern half of the state is expected to remain under...

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Continued Dry Conditions with a Warming Trend This Week

Dry and pleasant weather will continue across the state this week with the return of above average highs as we get closer to next weekend.  Today’s highs across the western half of the state will be at or slightly above normal for this time of the year while highs across the eastern half of the state will remain slightly below normal. The eastern half of the state will benefit from a few more days of below average temps as the remnants of Irma move into Florida and the southeastern US with her counter-clockwise circulation generating a cooler northeast flow...

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