Today we take a trip to the Lone-Star State and take a gander at what’s happening down that way. Hopefully it’s less gloomy than it has been up our way the last several days!
At 753pm CST, the temperature at Longview, TX was 50 degrees under fair skies. Broad high pressure that is parked over the Gulf of Mexico is keeping much of the Southern Plains to the Deep South high and dry today and looks to continue through Tuesday. Wednesday sees an area of low pressure develop along the OK/TX border. While no precip is expected on Wednesday from this system, clouds will be on the increase. There’s a slight chance of precip on Thursday and Friday from this feature as it lingers in the region, but as far as the next couple days are concerned, it’s looking like a great way to end the month!
Tuesday: Sunny and warm. High 75, Low 47
Wednesday: Increasing afternoon clouds. High 73, Low 51.
TWC: Tuesday: Sunny. High 75, Low 49.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy. High 72, Low 53.
AW: Tuesday: Sunny and warm. High 73, Low 44.
Wednesday: Very warm with some sun. High 74, Low 51.
NWS: Tuesday: Sunny. High 72, Low 46.
Wednesday: Partly sunny. High 72, Low 52.
WB: Tuesday: Mostly sunny. High 72, Low 47.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy. High 72, Low 54.
WN: Tuesday: Mostly sunny. High 72, Low 46.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy. High 72, Low 52.
FIO: Tuesday: Clear thoughout the day. High 78, Low 46.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy starting in the morning, continuing until night. High 75, Low 53.
As evidenced by the satellite picture, there really isn’t much of anything going on in East TX tonight. Not much is going to happen in the next couple of days either.