It’s a mixed bag of weather around the state today as we take a look at this hazard map this morning. Let’s dive right into it.
A Flash Flood Watch is in effect along and ahead of the frontal system (noted by the dark green area) that is bringing us some rainfall. There are also some Flash Flood Warnings in place along the rivers, as this rain event continues to bear down on us.
Most of the state will end up in the 2-5 inch of rain category over the next 24 hours. Most of the rain will fall in east/central Texas, likely out near College Station and that area. Out east, areas around Tyler/Longview night see similar amounts.
Looking to the Panhandle region, it’s going to be cold.
Look at these high temperatures only in the 30s near Amarillo and Lubbock, while temperatures near 70 will prevail near the coast on Friday.
Lows overnight will dip into the 20s and 30s panhandle to 40s and 50s towards the east. Coastal areas, who will see the front overnight into Saturday will remain in the 50s.
Overall, stay tuned to your local media outlets. They will have the best feeling for what lies ahead over the next 24 or so.
On a side note, do you remember that snow event we had on this day last year? Yeah! It’s been a year.
Nothing like that today!
Stay dry and stay warm, Texas!